Well, the saturated colors remind me of those old color postcards you used to buy in rundown gas stations when you stopped in for gas out west. Personally, I don't like the colors, but, hey, that's just my opinion.
In terms of the HDR processing (tonemapping), they're not bad. Far better than what I achieved in my early efforts with HDR.
Both have some telltale signs of being HDR though. They both have fairly flat contrast. That is, there are lots of midtones but not much in the way of shadows. There are some highlights, so it's mostly the bottom end that needs work. One thing to keep in mind with HDR is that the tonemapped HDR file isn't, in most cases, the end point. It's really just the starting point. If you think of that flat, tonemapped HDR file as a new RAW file then edit it as you would a single RAW image, then you'll start getting on the track to really well done HDR.
The first has a very evident purple/magenta colour cast. That should be corrected. The colour balance in the second is a bit better. The shadows are very blue though, which is not uncommon with HDR (it accentuates any colour cast) so dealing with those heavy blue shadows would help.
Life is too short to bother with the criminally inane.