Wednesday, October 1, 2008

To Hungarian class we go...

We get up every morning and head off to school for Hungarian lessons. Class goes from 9am-12:15pm, with one 15 minutes break. The lessons are tough and fast. We feel fortunate to have such a patient teacher. Our class has 8 students total. We are from all over the world. Steve is the only guy but he survives. It is a good class.

Our metro commute.
...and when we exit the metro station this is what we see. I do love this. I love how big the city is and the beautiful architecture that surrounds us.

Parliament

4 comments:

Stiehl family said...

Hello Steven & Diane. I loved reading your blog, and think your flat is fabulous! We're very jealous of your experience out of the USA -- it's crazy here. Love from Seattle, Jane, John, Ian & Eleanor

Diane Kappa said...

Hello Jane and family!
Yes, we listen to the BBC every night. We sit in shock and wonder the future holds.

Things here are going well. The language is tough but we are surviving.

Lynn said...

Oi, I still have nightmares about those escalators! It's like I'm descending into a modern version of Dante's Hell!

Diane Kappa said...

Hi Lynn,
Yes I agree about the escalator. It just keeps going and going....