Mercure Darlington Kings Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...