The Mandala Suites
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The kids have their own room and they love it!
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The vibe we felt as we wandered around Berlin was one of confidence, prosperity and growth!
Construction and the rehabilitation of old sites was evident everywhere, with many cranes breaking the skyline adding to the positive buzz!
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Our first day was a blur. We arrived around 11:00 am and walked Historic Mitte for a few hours. We are all very tired and need sleep. After we get into our rooms, we pick up groceries for sandwiches and some eggs for the morning. Tomorrow will be the day to discover the city.
... all Gypsies were made to wear on their clothing when being sorted at the concentration camps. The memorial is located in beautiful park right next to the Reichstag and it was also pointed out to us that while the German’s could have chose to either place all of these memorials in a single spot or relegate them to obscure parts of town they instead have used prime real estate to make sure that these are sights that are visible and central ...
... so we kept it pretty low-key for the rest of the night. On our second day, we visited The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe; it was heart-wrenching, but absolutely beautiful exhibit and memorial. We also walked around Germany's largest outdoor flea market, which was of course a great way to get a feel for the culture. In between all of that, we saw the TV Tower, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom), and Alexander Platz. On the next day, we visited the world famous ...
... as an extension to the main which is used to hold special exhibitions. This modern building was designed by Chinese-American architect loeh Ming Pei. The day that I went there was an exhibition of photographs from East German magazine photographer. These photos showed (an idealised) life in communist Germany in the 1960/70's (it did not look too bad).
The timeline of the museum commences 100BC with the advance of the Romans ...