dresden was the first place in the DDR I ever visited. On a trip that started in Czechoslovakia then slipped over the border.
I wasn't impressed. After a few days in the beery heaven of Prague, Dresden was more like a wasteland. The city centre didn't seem to have any pubs. In depseration, me and Matt jumped onto tram in search of somewhere for a beer. Eventually we spotted a building with "Gaststätte" on it. We quickly jumped off and were rewarded with draught beer.
I wasn't that impressed with the city, either. A cityscape with all the grace and charm of past-war Birmingham.
Not sure about Feldschlösschen's logo. Don't think you could use that today.
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