Take U.S. 13 NORTH from Salisbury to I-95 via Delaware STATE ROUTE 1 (toll) NORTH, from DOVER, DELAWARE. When you are at I-95, in northern Delaware (near Wilmington), exit at EXIT 165B onto I-95 NORTH towards WILMINGTON and PHILADELPHIA.
Take I-95 NORTH to U.S. 202 CONCORD PIKE to WILMINGTON and WEST CHESTER off EXIT 8. Follow signs on the exit ramp to U.S. 202 CONCORD PIKE - NORTH to WEST CHESTER.
Take U.S. 202 NORTH to U.S. 30 WEST in Exton, PENNSYLVANIA via PA-100 NORTH.
Take U.S. 30 WEST to Downington. Downington is the first town past Exton, so you will most likely take one of the first three exits on U.S. 30.
Answer: 1,693 miles (2,725 kilometres) taking this route:
Take I-85 NORTH from Salisbury to I-95 NORTH to WASHINGTON via I-95 SOUTH (EXIT 68 off I-85 in VIRGINIA) to get to I-295 NORTH from I-85, and via I-295 NORTH to bypass RICHMOND (EXIT 46 off I-95 to get onto I-295 NORTH ; EXIT 43A off I-295 to get onto I-95 NORTH to WASHINGTON).
Take I-95 NORTH all the way up to CANADA via the HOULTON-WOODSTOCK BORDER CROSSING. NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT YOU FOLLOW the N. J. TURNPIKE to NJ-NY from DELAWARE. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. To bypass PROVIDENCE, take I-295 NORTH (EXIT 11 off I-95 in RHODE ISLAND).
Cross the border from HOULTON, MAINE, U.S.A. into WOODSTOCK, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA.
From there, continue on ROUTE 95 to Trans-Canada HIGHWAY 2 EAST to FREDERICTON.
Take Trans-Canada HIGHWAY 2 EAST thru New Brunswick into NOVA SCOTIA, where the TRANS-CANADA HIGHWAY continues EAST as HIGHWAY 104. Continue on the Trans-Canada HIGHWAY 104 EAST to CAPE BRETON ISLAND, where the Trans-Canada Highway continues on HIGHWAY 105 EAST. Take Trans-Canada HIGHWAY 105 EAST to Nova Scotia HIGHWAY 125 WEST to SYDNEY at EXIT 20E.
Answer: The driving distance is about 640 miles. Since there is sometimes more than one route, including back roads, this is an approximate but accurate distance. It is based on the most well-known routes between these two locations.
Answer: Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport - Salisbury, MD (SBY) - about 7 driving miles from Salisbury. Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport - Baltimore, MD (BWI) - about 104 driving miles from Salisbury.
The below-listed small, local airports are about 50 miles or less driving from Salisbury:
Ocean City Municipal Airport - Ocean City, MD (OCE / KOXB) Sussex County Airport - Georgetown, DE (GED / KGED) Cambridge-Dorchester Airport - Cambridge, MD (CGE / KCGE) Wallops Flight Facility Airport - Chincoteague, VA (WAL / KWAL) Rehoboth Aircrafters - Rehoboth, DE (REH) Easton Airport - Easton, MD (ESN / KESN)
Answer: Because the United States was afraid of the spread of Communism. The French lost a war that was fought to keep southeast Asia as a French colony. We fought a war to prevent the spread of communism. In the view of the U.S., the spread of communism would be a domino effect. North Vietnam (because the country was divided) was communist, and if they took over South Vietnam and spread communism, then other countries in the region would also fall to united communist powers until it was a powerful, anti-Western bloc. Therefore, South Vietnam had o be protected, since this spread had to be prevented at all costs. However, even though Vietnam did fall to communism, the domino effect never took place because the communist nations that were predicted to take over together would actually wind up fighting and threatening each other all the time.
Answer: New York City in New York is one of the largest cities on the eastcoast in the United States. Perth is the largest west coast city inAustralia. The distance between these two locations is 11,620miles.