One of the original thirteen colonies,
and nicknamed the "First State," Delaware
is the second smallest state in the U.S. Its East Coast
locale and topography of hills, plains and rivers lend
to a variety of outdoor adventures and recreational
activities. Rehobeth Beach and Dewey Beach are popular
summer relaxation spots, while the historic city of
Wilmington is the town to visit for museums, galleries,
art and antiques. Delaware's location offers easy access
to major metropolitan areas of the Northeast, with Washington,
D.C., Philadelphia and Baltimore all within a two-hour
drive. Shopping enthusiasts take note: Delaware is tax-free!
TOP 10 VALUE HOTELS 2008 Inn at Montchanin Village
This restored 19th-century hamlet in the state's Brandywine Valley has 28 rooms dotted throughout eleven restored buildings. Although the guestrooms’ period and reproduction furniture, marble baths, and private gardens might suggest otherwise, a stay here won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
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