This lovely place was used as one of the film locations for 'Grand Budapest Hotel' (2014) as the Mendl's bakery. This unique dairy store was established in 1880 and kept its original interior with hand painted decorative tiles.
I really don't get why America just doesn't copy other countries who have solved the problems or don't have the problems that America is struggling with. I think if we looked at other countries for prison reform and gun control for example that it would be good. I usually think it would be better if everyone had a gun in this ghetto ahh country of a first world but it would probably make everyone more tense. It could have the opposite effect where there's so much danger afoot that everyone behaves and respects one another. But here's the thing it will be out of fear. That's a deal breaker. We have enough of that in America. This country will just become that much more troubling to live in. Prison reforms in Sweden seems very good but don't know much on it. Apparently Sweden has nice prison cells and the mindset is possibly that if prisoners are treated like normal people it will negate that behavior. If that's so I don't think it's a very good system but I'm open to being proven wrong. Places like Sweden and Germany seem to consider human life a little better than America. Compared to them, America seems to be a country with so much pride and ego they can't admit their flaws. They can't admit they need help.