Though Delaware ranks only 49th in size among the states, it is near the top when it comes to places to see and things to do. The first state to ratify the Constitution, Delaware has become a recreational paradise that is part of the Delmarva perninsula, along with Maryland and Virginia. Sandwiched along the Atlantic Coast between New York and Washington, the state is known for its rich historical legacy, coastal attractions, and horse and auto racing, as well as a lively restaurant and nightlife scene. Learn more from Delaware tourism director Liz Keeler when she's interviewed by Dan Schlossberg and Kita Roberts on the February 27 edition of TRAVEL ITCH RADIO. Listen live on iTunes or BlogTalkRadio.com at 8p EST or catch the archived show on Facebook at your leisure.