Hotel Admiral Club Beograd
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... that we had was the amount of time that people spend on food preparation - cooking and cleaning - the things that go into making a meal," Monsivais said.
Participants were asked how much time they spent on food preparation each day: less than an hour, one to two hours, or more than two hours.
Participants who spent the most time in the kitchen tended to be white, younger married women. They also had larger families and more household income, but were less likely ...
... in the cafe below the hostel, playing cards. The next day, we took a walk around the city, seeing the city hall, the church, and then crossed the river and headed up to the fortress. We then set off for the bakery for brunch, and ate in a park. I found the Irish pub to watch the football, Sophie stayed in the park and we met up later. We then got the train back to Belgrade, Cooked some food at the hostel, collected our bags and set off back to the train station for ...
... lines along past some graffiti covered
old railway carriages, night shift postal workers, commercial bins, cracked
concrete, weeds. To a newly and dodgily built ‘hotel’ that didn’t open onto the
street – only on to the railway lines. On the ground floor, offices and a
medical centre with no means of entry. Upstairs, grim. Still, now exhausted,
there was ...
Cruising through the Iron Gates
A "forced" lazy day as we were traveling the Danube through the famous Iron Gates. Still raining, still very windy and cold but many of the passengers braved the elements and went up to the sun deck to see the most spectacular sections of the river. I enjoyed sitting upstairs, inside in the lounge watching the world go by and ...
... to another side of the fortress and went down to its base. Here behind a gate was a cavern with lots of Roman gravestones and tombs.
This hall was used as a dance club in the 1990s. There was an altar stone which was used by the DJ as his turntable.
Down at ...