Isn’t it about time for you to plan a getaway in New England? To eat perfectly cooked soft-shell crabs pulled from the Atlantic? Delaware is begging to get acquainted. See Lombardy Hall, the former home of Declaration of Independence signer Gunning Bedford, Jr. Enjoy the beautiful beaches that line half the state. More awaits you in this small slice of paradise, so book one of the best Delaware resorts now and get your dream vacation underway!
After your flight lands, head to the northern city of Wilmington and drop your bags at the hotel so you can explore at will. Hike Rockford Park to admire the statue of Admiral Samuel DuPont, then climb the famous knoll that overlooks the Brandywine River. Get back into town in time for an evening show at the Grand Opera House. Many Delaware hotels will have information on show times and other events in the cities, so check at the front desk before making your entertainment plans when night falls.
At the southern tip of Delaware is the tranquil coastal town of Rehoboth Beach. Dig your toes in the white sand while looking out over the ocean horizon surveying the edge of nowhere. When you’ve got enough sand in your shorts, head to the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk for seafood and locally brewed beer. A blue crab in one hand and a pale ale in the other—what could be better? Want to do some shopping? Stop by the Tanger Outlets, which has something for every style.
It’s time to see all that America’s second smallest state has in store. From 1787 through today, Delaware regards itself as a cut above the rest. Time to find out why by browsing Travelocity’s extensive list of hotels in Delaware--pick the one with the best prices to save money for boating trips on the Delaware River.
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