The Orange Peel Hotel
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... it's summer namesake it was worth a gander just for peoples costumes.
I'm about to run out of Wen (conditioner), still on the hunt for new shoes and thanks to a recent wash my jeans now have ****** hole. couple that with a growing need for a haircut and I'm faced with something that has never occurred on a trip thus far..what to do when the stuff you bring from home runs/wears/grows out. stay ...
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... br> I think the true mark that this was not going to be like the previous two fantastic hotels was the lack of curious artwork. These ones seemed normal in comparison.
Each night we've developed methods around getting sufficient oxygen into the room while still managing to get some sleep. This is no easy feat as it has been considerably colder in the evenings. We leave all eight of the windows open to their fullest capacity, ...
... doubles competition. On one of the evenings we went out for tea for a traditional English pub meal with Michelle's extended family. Michelle's sister Dani couldn't make it for the dinner. She did however come over one day to play some badminton. St. Albans is also home to the oldest pub in the UK, "Ye Olde Fighting Cocks" which was once a place were they would fight cocks and drink. We learnt that people in England had to pay tax on the number of windows on their house, so ...
... stops later (as Sam and I begin to doubt our ambition of spending the afternoon in London), we arrive at the Waterloo station and get out close to the London Eye. We get in our Eye car just before a massive downpour - perfect timing! And still there's enough visibility to see all the mentionable monuments in the 360 degree brochure they give you. We had a great view of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the River Thames, and a distant view ...
Other places to stay in Hayes
Bath Road (A4), Hayes | 4 star hotelfrom $114
- No value for money
- A very pleasant stay.
- Know what to ask for!
140 Bath Road, Hayes | 5 star hotelfrom $118
- A disgrace for the price
- Is this the same hotel????
112 Bath Road, Hayes | 3 star hotelfrom $69
- Small but good
- Barely adequate
- Good Value
118 Bath Road, Hayes | 3 star hotelfrom $94
- Decent hotel - poor service
- Not bad at all
Shepiston Lane, Hayes | 3 star hotelfrom $72
- Not bad
- Wouldnt stay there again
Shepiston Lane, Hayes | 3 star hotelfrom $110
362 Uxbridge Road, Hayes | Hotelfrom $106
140 Coldharbour Lane, Hayes | Hotelfrom $66