Holiday Inn Darlington - North A1m

Address: Newton Park, Newton Aycliffe, Durham, England, DL1 3NL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Newton Park, Newton Aycliffe, is near Darlington Railway Centre and Museum and Sweet Greetings.
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    Travel Blogs from Newton Aycliffe

    The flooded road to Newcastle

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Oct 28, 2014

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    Edinburgh to Newcastle and ferry to Amsterdam 28-10-14 Well, as would be expected today I was up bright and early and buzzing with excitement. However once I looked outside and saw the poor weather the excitement somehow went down and I wanted to go back to bed. Finally up and about I had to get my wonderful Honda Transalp packed and ready for the road. As it has been such a rush this week I simply had not got round to getting everything in order for the trip and so the ...

    Upper Largo to Durham, England

    A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 26, 2014

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    The Lambton Hounds Inn, Durham. Weather was fine and windy Left Upper Largo and drove towards Edinburgh. Driving across the Forth Road Bridge was very windy, high vehicles were banned from crossing. Gusts of wind blew our car. Found the Royal Britannia Yacht after using the IPad. Did a tour of the yacht which was very interesting. The royal areas were very well done but not ...

    Why Nothing Makes Me Happier

    A travel blog entry by emilyfrederick on Oct 09, 2014

    ... travels that fall into any of these categories. But the best thing about this description is the use of verbs: to run, to seek. Traveling involves action, purpose. It means constantly moving, constantly making a new place home. And that’s not easy, regardless of what your intention is. The word travel most likely comes from the French word travail, which, first used in English in the 14th century, meant something akin to laborious ...

    North York Moors Visitor Centre

    A travel blog entry by ryan.kaiser on Oct 03, 2014

    Today we all went to the North York Moors visitor centre. I played on the little kiddy climbing wall and the cross word puzzle with Isabella, then I played with William at the little kiddy playground on the spiny metal based tyre, then we went on a little bird watching and fake fairy houses walk. Isabella loved the little fake fairy houses and bird watching walk. I had a go on the spiny tyre standing up after William was sitting down on it, I fell off and landed face first, it ...

    Newcastle

    A travel blog entry by junior613 on Sep 03, 2014

    Cleaned & got myself organised as Neil & family headed off to work + school. Meet Russell for lunch down by the docks for cod & chips = very nice and then for a drive along the coast northwards & actually found some sandy beaches.....

    Back for tea with Neil & farewell dinner of Indian ...