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  • Where's the drive through ramp?
    Where's the drive through ramp?
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  • Come over and sit a spell!
    Come over and sit a spell!
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  • Good parking options in Bethany Beach
    Good parking options in Bethany Beach
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Delaware Favorites

  • Lewes

    Lewes is the earliest European settlement in Delaware, and boasts that it is the "First Town in the First State." (Delaware's nickname is the First State because it was the first of the original Thirteen Colonies to ratify the United States Constitution). Nowadays, Lewes is a pleasant seaside village located at the point where Delaware Bay meets...

  • Dover

    Delaware's capital and second-largest city after Wilmington, Dover was founded by William Penn in 1683 as a court town for the newly established Kent County. The town's site was chosen for its central location and for the relative security it afforded from British raiders who used the distant Delaware River to make forays into the interior of...

  • job market & housing

    hi :) I am a native Delawarean & live in Newark . ( Go UD Blue Hens !! :) I'm not sure that now would be a good time to move to Delaware. Many of my friends and family are loosing their jobs due to the economy. The banking industry is unstable , Chrysler has closed and Avon will be closing it's Delaware plant in April or August. But , if you are...

  • New Castle

    My wife's relatives live in New Castle County.Over a half million people live in this county.The New Castle County Airport website is county seal has nautical items to show the importance of the sea ports to the growth of the area. The County Seat is located in Wilmington and was incorporated in 1673 and...

  • Driving Through Delaware

    Just a note,when driving through Delaware make sure you fill up on gas beforehand. I was heading to Rehoboth Beach from Wilmington but once I exited off of I-95 onto Route 1 South ,civilization pretty much died off and I couldn't find so much as a convenience store much less a gas station! I did take an exit heading towards Odessa that had a sign...

  • Delaware is much nicer in the summer.

    The question. If I had to list the top 10 things about Delaware it would go like this:1. The BEACH2. Tax free shopping3. Great restaurants4. The BEACH5. Few Tolls6. Close to MD, PA, NJ, DC,NY... (3 of which also guessed it, BEACHES!)7. History...light houses, architecture.8. The BEACH9. 495 & Rt. 1 (Get you out...

  • We have Museums!

    Check out Hagley Museum. Put your walking shoes on, and take your camera. Hurry before they turn the whole museum grounds into another office complex we don't need.Once upon a time a French guy came her named Dupont. (Delaware starts with D because of Dupont).He built an empire that still exists library has a web site...

  • Come in the summer and go to the...

    Indian River Inlet, a Delaware State Park. Covers bay and ocean. Under-toe not bad, no jelly fish (they are party poopers). No bugs! I like nature, (except for the buggy parts). Dad can fish, Mom can read and sun, kids swim in life guarded water. Nice sand. Snack bar is expensive, and NOT GOOD. Take a picnic lunch if possible. Showers, rest rooms,...

  • Nemours Mansion and Gardens

    This estate and 102 room French chateau is one of the most elegant estates of the early 20th century. Open from May through November it offers 2 hour tours. Children under 12 are not permitted. Reservations are recommended. The mansion and gardens are located at: 1600 Rockland Road, in Rockland. Phone:302-651-6912

  • Delaware Beaches

    Delaware is known for the following beaches-- Rehoboth Beach (pictured,) Dewey Beach, and Delaware Beach.

  • Hagley Museum

    The Hagley Museum, along the Brandywine River, offers restorations, exhibits, and live demonstrations. It is on the site of the first DuPont powder works. Millsteams at Hagley still channel water to operate machinery.You will see the first DuPont family home and garden, the Blacksmith Hill workers' community, the powder yards and a 19th century...

  • Rehoboth Beach Dining

    Rehoboth Beach, once known only for fries and salt water taffy, now has dining establishments to rival anything in Wilmington...or much of Philly. Don't forget to try the very fine local beer, Dogfish Head, available in several varieties.

  • If you drive from Rehoboth to...

    If you drive from Rehoboth to Ocean City Maryland, you cross the Indian river Inlet bridge. There excllent fishing along the jetties, and the beaches are lovely. My husband and sons fished the inlet while I headed for the beach...we've enjoyed this family ritual for YEARS! Now that the kids are grown, its just the two of us going back, but every...

  • Everyone will tell you that...

    Everyone will tell you that you have to go to the outlet malls and if shopping is your thing, then by all means knock yourself out. I hear that the shopping is excellent. But for my money, I say go to Dogfish Head. Hitting the Dogfish Head Brewery on a lucky half-price burger night which also coincided with happy hour!

  • Delaware is rich in history. ...

    Delaware is rich in history. It was the first state to ratify the US Constituion, hence the name, 'The First State'. Visit any one of the museums located throughout the state.My favorite thing is going shopping at the Outlets at Lewes/Rehoboth Beach area.If you like to gamble we have slots at Delaware Park, Stanton, Dover Slots, and Midway Slots,...

  • GO to the 'Punkin' Chunk' near...

    GO to the 'Punkin' Chunk' near Lewes the weekend after Hallowe'en, for some hilarious demonstrations of human ingenuity. Different categories of technology seek to throw regulation-sized/weight pumpkins for distance. It's like a county fair! Same as above, plus visit the shore AFTER the tourist season's over!

  • Stop by the Service Centre on...

    Stop by the Service Centre on the Delaware Turnpike! Actually, you probably don't have too much of a choice. It's the only place to stop on the turnnpike without having to pay, so everybody stops real to enjoy some tax-free shopping. Unfortunately, there's not a whole lot of great things on sale here, so you'll just have to make do with a hot dog...

  • Go to Newark and check out the...

    Go to Newark and check out the Univ. of Delaware, and eat and drink on Main Street. Try to get to a football game, too. I live about 10 minutes from Newark, so I frequently visit the town. It doesn't have much to offer, just a little local character. Actually, my fondest memories of Delaware are going to the beaches in the southern part of the...


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