The Orange Peel Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Orange Peel Hotel Hayes
Neat pub, dog friendly. No fish and chips.
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First trip to London with Michael. 5 days in a hectic crowded city trying to combine visiting Deimante and the girls plus sightseeing the ancient history. It was crazy! • arrived with a flight from Palanga (my best booking arrangement from the whole trip) and landed at Deimante's house to leave our stuff. Not what we have expected: smaller …
Woke up at 5.30am when Lena and mike were leaving to go to the airport, so I could say goodbye. Was a struggle getting up, but also sad to see them go, although not as sad as last time I was in Germany. Once I'd waived them off I went back up to the room in the hostel to get myself sorted to get ready to leave. I was out of the hostel by about 6am and was on the underground by ...
... art critic, but feel I have experienced enough art in my time. But really, when does a bathroom mirror on the wall constitute art, regardless of the story attached to the wall. Or a few bundled up rush fence sticks become an installation art masterpiece. The best thing we experienced is watching two little girls sit in front of a "master piece" and seek inspiration......Tate should hang their works and a benefactor offer a million quid ...
... was a German, Katharina Frisch, it's made out of fibre glass, took over two and a half years to create and is over 15 foot high. She says that there are many different ways of interpreting the cockerel - including as "a feminist sculpture, since it is I who am doing something active here – I, a woman, am depicting something male. Historically it has always been the other way around. Now we are changing the roles. And a lot of men ...
... wet and gloomy, it was merely gloomy.
It turned out we knew a few familiar faces in London and made calls to meet up. First off was Dallas who we used to work with in Dysart. A long way from home, it wasn’t long before we were all caught up on the local gossip over a few pints.
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