Premier Inn Leeds / Bradford Airport
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... about 2pm.
My hotel is right across the plaza from the Royal Armouries, so I wander over to the museum for a while until they kick me it at five.
That's OK. Like most government museums it's free, so I'm happy to return in the morning.
In the evening I take my usual constitutional around the town for about an hour. It gives me a feel for the layout of the centre of the town I'm in and I can find the eateries. The more importantly walk some of it ...