End Lea Guest House

Address: 39 Town Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, LS27 7AX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Hunslet area of Leeds, is near Longshaw Estate, Middleton Railway, Millennium Square, and Thwaite Mills.
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Travel Blogs from Leeds

Day Sixty Six: Barnsley

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 11, 2015

... We headed down to the ground for the 11:30 start, sitting in the seats pretty much on the boundary line. Northampton batted first and made a decent total of 190 in their twenty overs, one of the openers batting through and getting 91 not out. The standard of the fielding was incredible and the way the batsmen time the ball is unbelievable. They can forward defend a ...

Day Sixty Five: Barnsley

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 10, 2015

... before Callum and Big Steve picked me up to go to the indoor nets in Sheffield again. I felt much better this week than last week facing the ball machine. I faced the majority of the buckets on 70 miles an hour and batted a lot better, even facing a bucket on 75 miles an hour. I would like to try and do this at least once a fortnight as it helps to face balls coming down similar pace as to what ...

Day Sixty Four: Barnsley

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jun 09, 2015

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... to Cosmo with Kat and Waggy. Cosmo is an all you can eat restaurant that offers everything from Italian, British, Mexican, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, Indian, and of course desserts. The food was excellent and they had a huge selection to choose from. I typically ate a lot of Chinese and Indian food because I love it, so much so that I ate four plates worth and felt ...

Theatrical Days: Leeds 1970-73

A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Mar 16, 2015

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... The Canterbury Tales (very enjoyable)
Richard 111 (with Richard Briers in the lead role)

I wish I had seen more.

My big memory of the Leeds Grand is of a young Ian McKellen stealing the show in ‘The Recruiting Officer’.

My big memory of the Leeds Civic is of ‘King Lear’ – but for the wrong reasons. It was a ****-poor production, far too ...

Train trip to Leeds

A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Jul 26, 2014

... around before catching a later train on to Leeds, but given her sore leg we decided to go through and check in to the hotel so she could rest it.
As it turned out, the train rapidly filled with young people with lots of beer (at 10.50am) drinking all the way to York for the York Races.
Yet another reason to just go straight to Leeds.

We checked into the ...