Wednesday, May 7, 2008

The Regions Of Delaware

Delaware is divided into three counties, creating three regions.
In the Northern Region of Delaware (New Castle County) there are du Pont properties maintained as a triumph of both natural and architectural splendor. Dine in elegant surroundings, and then immerse yourself in the Wilmington nightlife.

Central Delaware (Kent County) boasts the capital city of Dover. Horse racing and headlining entertainment at the ever-popular Dover Downs complex lies a quiet, peaceful land with many sites instrumental to the founding of a new nation. This is where you learn firsthand why "It's good being first."

Then there's Southern Delaware (Sussex County), which draws visitors through small, pastoral towns toward sand, and surf . Throughout the year, you can look forward to a relaxing escape filled with sight-seeing, golf, trips to the spa and plenty of bargain-hunting at tax-free outlet stores and antiques shops. Sounds like a retiree's heaven to me!

Retirement in Delaware

Delaware is a state located on the Atlantic Coast in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States.
Delaware is famous for their tax-free shopping and world-class entertainment options, but you'll also find romantic hideaways, scenic byways and fun places for the whole family to enjoy.
Or maybe you just want to slip back into America's proud past: Walk the cobblestone streets of New Castle… visit the square in Dover where Delawareans rallied around the U.S. Constitution… enjoy festivals celebrating diverse ethnic groups.
From north to south, enchanting landscapes also promise seasons of exceptional bird watching, fishing, hunting and camping, along with an extensive trail system for biking, hiking and canoeing. Delaware's history spans from pre-Colonial days to the present. The First State offers hundreds of exciting and stimulating attractions. Enjoy museums and monuments that honor all aspects of our rich heritage.
The following website has provided some of this information, As I researched Delaware, I realized what a great place it is for American history buffs to retire. You would have a never ending source of material to peruse.