The Mandala Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Mandala Suites Berlin
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!
However, there's just no escaping Berlin's history. Rediscovering since unification its trendy, edgy self …
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.
... there are several museums all within walking distance of one another. We went to 3 of them...The Pergamon Museum, The Neues Museum and The Alte Nationalgalerie. Highlights for us were the Ishtar Gate (Built by Nebuchadnezzar) and the Bust of Nefertiti (a 3,300 year old statue of a Queen's head from the Egyptian days).
Today we are going to just wander the streets of Berlin and enjoy the sun.. The weather has been nice here in Berlin.. yesterday was 20 degrees.
... dehumanize its prisoners. Towards the end of World War II, Sachsenhausen became the site of mass murders and forced many of the remaining prisoners to walk in death marches.
But another, and perhaps even the most interesting aspect of Sachsenhausen is the role it played in the years following World War II. When the War was finally over, Germany was divided into four sectors, and each was controlled by one of the four victorious Allies - US, ...
... aswell as a travel diary and some delicious museli. So generous and lovely of them both! For dinner We had cauliflower soup for dinner with bread, olives and cheese on the side. Simple but good. We then made the bed up, talked a lot and went through my German homework. Charly was so eager to help me, and it was such a great help too! We all went to bed just after midnight. It was so nice to have them both here with us ...