Wee Delaware, the nation's second-smallest state (96 miles long and less than 35 miles across at its widest point) is overshadowed by its neighbors and overlooked by visitors to the Capital Region. And that's too bad, because Delaware has a lot more on offer than just tax-free shopping and chicken farms.
Long white sandy beaches, cute colonial villages, a cozy countryside and small-town charm characterize the 'Small Wonder'. Ignore those tolls: there's a whole state just waiting to be explored, and (forgive us one more joke about Delaware's size), it doesn't take long to get around.
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