The Orange Peel Hotel
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... 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 ...
... a little tedious and made our way along Regent Street to visit Burberry, Hamley's (didn't buy anything, if anyone wants to lend us their credit card for Burberry we will definitely go back). Oxford street was next (we did not like that). We stopped at Pret a Manger for a hot chocolate (and some eye rolling on Catherine's part)- an interesting chain organic cafe that gives apprenticeships and work to the homeless. Exploring Soho was an insight ...
... as a 'dolls house' this lovely mansion was built for Henrietta Howard, George II's mistress, in 1723 for the princely sum of £11,500. It's now just a half mile walk to Ham House where we plan to make a short visit. It's interesting that our English Heritage guide book makes no mention of it at all - presumably because it is owned by the National Trust? It's a shame as it's well worth a visit. It was built in 1610 and little has changed since that time. Originally owned by ...
... we are not in our hearts but in our heads. Now is the time for simplicity. How can coming back home be anything but simple when we are in our hearts. And as we close down this sacred the journey a ladybug flies in with messages of fearlessness, protection, spiritual enlightenment and connections to our past lives.
Will see you all in Glastonbury tomorrow.
Much love and loads of tree hugs.
... happen in the roads.
When flying out of England we had to be at the airport three hours before departure so once we arrived we knew we had some queuing and waiting ahead before we boarded.
It was not too bad if you don't count Dennis initially having our luggage labelled as going straight to San Francisco! He did not usually do checkins as he had to ask for assistance a couple of times. He was quite a bit closer to retirement than us.
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