Leonardo Airport Hotel Berlin Brandenburg

Address: Schwalbenweg 18, Berlin, 12526, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Treptow-Köpenick area of Berlin, is near Mueggelsee.
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    ... been to yesterday and also we were heading to today. Around the edge of the viewing area were signs showing you which cities you were facing. We waved to Santiago! Sydney was not listed. We left the tower and stopped for a hot drink in a lovely outdoor café before heading off to the Pergamon museum. Along the way we posted some postcards, bought some rolls for lunch and admired the incredible building around us on Museum Island. We passed the Berliner Dom ...