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Old Sep 19th 2009, 5:38 am
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Hi All,

Ok I know this is a relatively blonde thing to ask but its really starting to do my head in. I am having a constant battle with my air con in my hotel room, its either too hot or too cold, have been sitting around in fluffy slippers and a jumper and still have goosebumps to sleeping on top of the duvet wide awake (without said slippers + jumper)and too bloody hot.

I seem to be up and down fiddling with my aircon temp but seem to be going from one extreme to another, can anyone tell me what is a comfortable temp during the day and also during the night

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Old Sep 19th 2009, 6:51 am
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Hi All,

Ok I know this is a relatively blonde thing to ask but its really starting to do my head in. I am having a constant battle with my air con in my hotel room, its either too hot or too cold, have been sitting around in fluffy slippers and a jumper and still have goosebumps to sleeping on top of the duvet wide awake (without said slippers + jumper)and too bloody hot.

I seem to be up and down fiddling with my aircon temp but seem to be going from one extreme to another, can anyone tell me what is a comfortable temp during the day and also during the night

Thank you

Kittycat
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3 solutions: Put more clothes on/take clothes off/go to another hotel...
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Old Sep 19th 2009, 7:03 am
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If you are acclimated to the climate here (e.g., thinner blood), suggest 28 degrees Celsius during the day and 22C at night.

If not acclimated, suggest 25C/day and 20C/night.
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Originally Posted by kittycat1 View Post
Hi All,

Ok I know this is a relatively blonde thing to ask but its really starting to do my head in. I am having a constant battle with my air con in my hotel room, its either too hot or too cold, have been sitting around in fluffy slippers and a jumper and still have goosebumps to sleeping on top of the duvet wide awake (without said slippers + jumper)and too bloody hot.

I seem to be up and down fiddling with my aircon temp but seem to be going from one extreme to another, can anyone tell me what is a comfortable temp during the day and also during the night

Thank you

Kittycat
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take all your clothes off, then call me and i will come round and check it for you
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If you are acclimated to the climate here (e.g., thinner blood), suggest 28 degrees Celsius during the day and 22C at night.

If not acclimated, suggest 25C/day and 20C/night.
I do 26c day and 28 night :-) but then I turn my a/c off as from October
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I do 26c day and 28 night :-) but then I turn my a/c off as from October
we do 26 for the living room and 21 for the bedroom, I like it real cold
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we do 26 for the living room and 21 for the bedroom, I like it real cold
Doesn't that make it shrivel???
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Doesn't that make it shrivel???
Use the nipple controls
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Doesn't that make it shrivel???
I wouldn't know
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Use the nipple controls
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I wouldn't know
oh ofcourse I forgot...you are married! lol
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don't different people like different temperatures...can't imagine there is something like a guideline for AC settings...
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don't different people like different temperatures...can't imagine there is something like a guideline for AC settings...
ofcourse, I am freezing in the winters here, I have the heater on the waterbed turned up to 32c and 2 duvets on, if the temp drops below 25c I am cold :-)
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don't different people like different temperatures...can't imagine there is something like a guideline for AC settings...
True...but, out of interest, what's your aircon settings?
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don't different people like different temperatures...can't imagine there is something like a guideline for AC settings...
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