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At just under 2,000 square miles and nicknamed "Small Wonder," Delaware might be overlooked by travelers, but Mobil Travel Guide reveals its diverse attractions including a stretch of beaches, a historic valley region, its Dutch heritage, and more. Maryland, one of the original 13 colonies, has a long history, which is described in the many museums and historic sites listed in the Mobil Travel Guide. You'll also find a special section about the Chesapeake Bay, the Baltimore crab, and the capital of Annapolis where the US Naval Academy was founded. Also an original colony, New Jersey is often associated with industry and factories, but there are great sports teams, a popular beachfront, historical sites, beautiful scenery, and more. Pennsylvania, a keystone of the original 13 states, is the fifth most populous staet. Find out where to go in the nation's first capital of Philadelphia, and where to get a taste of its Dutch culture, as well as its famous Hershey bars. In Virginia, America saw its fiirst permanent English settlement. Besides a rich history, Virginia has rolling hills, Blue Ridge Moutnains, fertile valleys, and more than 1,000 miles of shoreline. The District of Columbia bursts with museums, attractions, monuments, and memorials for travelers from any country. The rugged geography of West Virginia lives up to its nickname, "The Mountain State." Visitors enjoy skiing, whitewate rafting, rock climbing, caving, and more. Mobil Travel Guide also reveals the state's softer side in a section about "Spa Town USA."

The Regional Travel Planner: Mid-Atlantic covers Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, District of Colubmia, and West Virginia. The Regional Travel Planner: Mid-Atlantic also includes a chapter on The Historic National Road, one of America's Byways™.

The Mobil Travel Guide Regional Travel Planner series gives you a driver's-eye view of trips throughout the United States and Canada. Pick up essential facts, fun trivia, must-do events, and driving details in the introduction to each state, then flip through the book to find annually updated attractions, hotels, and restaurants that fit your itinerary and your budget. Organized alphabetically by state, or by city when applicable, the guides make it easy to find just what you need.

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