Premier Inn Leeds City Centre
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Large rooms, good service, excellent breakfast
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The Liverpool to Leeds canal has beaten us, this time! We will be back to finish the Skipton to Leeds leg the trip another time. We spent the morning getting Rodney's bike repaired and than had lunch in Skipton and a canal boat ride before getting a train to Leeds.
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... but wonder whether Kramer was subtly criticizing the conformity of orthodox practice.
Following a mind expanding visit to the art gallery I finally met up with Pippa, who took me to one of Leed's biggest and newest shopping malls. We snacked on muffins at her favorite muffin place before taking a bit more time to explore the downtown, including Leed's giant indoor flea market.
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