Holiday Inn Leeds Bradford
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Excellent hotel. There were 2 wedding parties on the day we checked in and they put us in a room as far away from the parties as they could. Next day we moved to a bigger room which was perfect for us and just as quiet. Staff were brilliant, bed was comfy, bathroom has great with a lovely strong hot shower and the breakfast was lovely. Buffet on Sunday but made to order during the week.
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The oldest of the cousins getting married (again) makes for a rare chance to meet up with the side of the family I don't often catch up with. It had been three years since I had seen most of them, for others it had been ten years. It seems that we only get together as a whole family when someone is hatched, matched or dispatched. Even then, there …
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We were soon in the next village over, after having slogged through some ...