Your tours are not horrible by the way.
And i liked the secret hall tour, thats a cool house.
-ARe you ussing the same settings for all the rooms?
or are you adjusting your camera and resetting the AE everytime you change rooms?
What happens is that a camera is not as advanced as the human.
It either does a good job making the outside views nice and the interior dark,
or makes the interior nice and the windows blown/bright.
I see both sceneraios in your final panos. and thats why you complain about both this issues.
Thats why is recommened to close the blinds/curtains for interioor shots but at the same time turn all the interior lights. This is perfectly acceptable and common on fast production low budget tours.
But if your doing advanced, custom, high quality tours, you might want to read on.
if you close the curtains you wont see outside. If this is a problem for you then you can take a set of pictures that capture well the outside views, then take a set a pictures that capture well the inside views and blend them away to have the best of both worlds.
Some nice felas from the forum have touched this topic in further details