The Mandala Suites
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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The kids have their own room and they love it!
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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.
... nick-nacky junk that sort of counts as souvenirs to tourists. We spent almost 3 hours inside just soaking up the atmosphere until out of the blue the stores fire alarm went off and we had no idea how to escape. By the time we did finally get out fire crews and emergency services had arrived. Harry was no doubt-ably left in shock so we both retreated and called it a day as the sunset began.
... s Mom instead of a rather bland meal at the pub. Of course having not expected to find such a thing in a small English town we didn’t even both looking but upon discovering it Bree and her mom immediately ducked inside to check out it. As a veteran of these places, Bree’s Dad quickly suggested that the two of us instead check out the coffee shop across the street for some dessert and then meet up with the girls in a bit. So after coffee and cakes (not quite ...
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