Well, you say that in Germany you have "a lot of bureaucracy". LOL. I am living here since two years , and I come from Italy. Each and every time i go into an office and it is that fast, I start asking "that's it? Nothing more?". Don't take me wrong, I totally like Germany's culture and i like to live in a small town for that reason (bigger towns are "less german" IMHO). So I like that you germans always complain for "too much bureaucracy", because this ends on a pressure on the government to reduce it, but , really, you have no idea what it means to have a lot of bureaucracy. You have not. You have just a little. Believe me. Believe me. Try to do the same of the "Anmeldung" in Italy, and we will see if germany has "a lot of bureaucracy". You germans will never be asked for a certificate which proofs you are still alive, or one which proofs that you were born. (In Italy we had both). Also about food: i like german food, but the point is you
are sort of hiding it. I can found a pizza restaurant everywhere: when I had to find a "tradictional german food" (because I love local good food and I want to try it everywhere I go) , it was really hard! I can't understand why it is so hard to find local tradictional food here: I needed to ask all the people I know before of finding a nice "JägerHof" and eat a proper Eintopf. BTW, usually italians which complains about missing food are just people unable to cook a pasta by their own. They were used to the mother (or the wife, or sister, or some other domestic slave woman) to cook for them. Actually to do pasta is ten minutes , if people complains because they don't find it here, is just because they are a disaster when cooking.They don't complain about they can't find the food, they complain because no woman is cooking for them: try to find an italian woman complaining for food.You see? All of them complaining are men. Think about it. Nice video, BTW.