The Mandala Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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The kids have their own room and they love it!
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... decided to take a break, dip our feet in the fountains and have a lie down. After about 30 mins or so we went over to Alexanderplatz. After decided it would not be a good idea to see off. Last of the attractions in one day we decided to slow it all down and just chill for a bit longer. It hit about 330 and we decided to head over to the park where the night before we had been told that some guy comes along sets up a karaoke ...
... Unfortunately, the Brandenburg Gate was fully gated off, and a big marquee set up right in front of it for some soccer final that is being held in Berlin. I managed to get through and get a bit of a look, but it was somewhat spoiled. The area was also swarming with police, there were dozens of cars, vans and motorbikes and trailed by an ambulance. We think it was related to an official visit by the Egyptian government. Pretty inconsiderate to our plans it ...
... a year or so ago some roadworks were done that moved the street light a metre of so to the left so the flag isn't perfectly positioned any more, but it was still cool. There is also a super busy and popular burger take away in Kreutzberg that operates out of an old railway public toilet! The burgers smelt amazing, but the thought of eating in a toilet was still a bit odd. I really enjoyed this tour. It was cool to see a different side of the city that ...
... the Tiergarten past the Victory Column, inaugurated in 1873 to celebrate the Prussian victory in the Danish-Prussian War towards the Memorial of the Murdered Jews (or Holocaust museum) of Europe. This museum was very focused on families, so they had about 15 families from different areas and showed their history, where they were sent and how they fared. They also had a wall with pictures and brief paragraphs explaining the events of ...
... Wall and checkpoint Charlie. Now, today, it has grown to include all sorts of utter nonsense that are only very tenuously linked to the Berlin Wall - if at all. The museum has grown too much and it is too big. There is information on all sorts of stuff, including NATO, rooms and rooms of information about each NATO country and it's history, it's leaders - farkked if I know why! - so after 30mins, I lost interest and left. I went across the road to a souvenir shop and ...