Delaware

Delaware, while not the smallest of the United States of America, was the first state to ratify the US Constitution. Delaware is bordered by the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
Lewes is a city in Delaware. There are a number of different highways leading to Lewes, Delaware: Route 1- starts at the Maryland/Delaware state line.
Northern Delaware consists mainly of New Castle County, bordering on the Philadelphia and across Delaware Bay from New Jersey
Rehoboth Beach is a city in Delaware. Rehoboth is easily accessible from Delaware Route 1 from most points to the north such as Philadelphia and Wilmington.
Southern Delaware consists mainly of Sussex County.
Newark is in Delaware. While European settlement of the area began in the 17th century, the city was not established by royal charter until 1758.
Central Delaware consists mainly of Kent County, and contains Dover, the capital.
Wilmington is a city in Delaware. Other Major Airports in Driving Distance: Baltimore/Washington BWI John F.
New Castle is a quiet town in Delaware, one of the United States of America.
Claymont is a town located in northern Delaware. A largely blue-collar suburb of Wilmington, its borders are not clearly defined; it is generally accepted to contain about 9,000 residents.
Camden is in Kent County, Delaware. It's key to note Camden is just a couple of miles from a capital city, Dover.
Hockessin, is a small, rapidly growing town in northern New Castle County, right on the border with Pennsylvania.
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