Will you be one of the one in four New Yorkers who plan to escape home for a few days sometime soon but don't plan to go too far?
Cooper Tires commissioned OnePoll to survey 2,000 New Yorkers about their get-out-of-town plans and 28 percent of New Yorkers (one in four) revealed that they plan to escape for a few days somewhere close to home.
A good chunk of people who participated in the survey said that they don’t want to venture more than 115 miles from home.
If you’re someone who plans to stick closer to home but are looking for places somewhat close to the Southern Tier where you can escape for a day or two, you might want to think about visiting a couple of these places.
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