The Mandala Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- 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!
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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.
... traffic on the roads....a quick google check revealed that it was Reunification day - 3rd October. We headed off into the city on the U-bahn and when we arrived, there were crowds everywhere and all the festivities were happening in Tiergarten....bands, food stalls and bars.
We joined the crowds and wandered through Tiergarten, a massive park which was used once ...
... what it was we were looking at. Bree and I were both immediately captured by the history that has taken place here in Berlin and it was truly special to get to see everything up close.
We met our tour guide at the “New Synagogue” which is a misleading title because it was actually the original synagogue built in 1859 but had to be rebuilt after heavy bombing during WWII. Looking closely at the building you can see ...
... the toilet the other day. Whoops! Marc had a coffee with us and some biscuits and then gave me a lift to warschauer str so that I could catch the train to my favourite office in the world and collect my visa. It was actually a lot more simple than the rest of the process and involved me taking a ticket, waiting to be served and collecting my passport. yay! India here I ...