5 American Habits I Lost When I Moved To Budapest
1. I stopped seeing the need for my own car.
Being from Texas, I used to drive everywhere. You have to. Otherwise, you would never get anywhere. Urban sprawl, lack of any workable form of public transit, and the simple fact that the state is so damn big, has cultivated an ingrained driving culture. Probably the biggest right of passage in a young Texan’s life is getting that first car at the age of 16.