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To Russia with Love

Escorted Tour
05/27/2011 – 06/03/2011

Total cost including air from Atlanta or Tampa $2295.20 per person based on double occupancy . Air rates available upon request for other cities. Great low air rates also available from other cities.

Escorted Package Includes
Flights Atlanta or Tampa – Moscow, St. Petersburg-NYC
Other departure cities available.
Airline fuel surcharges
6 nights First Class accommodations
2 nights Marriott Grand, Moscow
1 night Beresta Palace, Novgorod
3 nights Holiday Inn St. Petersburg-Moskovskiye Vorota, St. Petersburg
All transfers
9 meals: 6 breakfasts, 3 dinners
Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach
Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout
Services of local guides in all major cities
Entrance fees per itinerary

Call Libby at 800-469-00941 or in Atlanta 678-574-4006

Day by Day Itinerary

DAY 1, Friday – Depart USA
Depart the USA for Russia. Your flight includes meals, drinks and in-flight entertainment for the journey

DAY 2, Saturday – Arrive in Moscow
Arrive in Moscow and transfer to your hotel. Balance of the day at leisure
Overnight: Moscow
Meals: Dinner

DAY 3, Sunday – Moscow City Tour
This morning, tour Moscow, one of the largest cities in the world and the symbolic heart and soul of the country. Begin at Red Square, dominated by St. Basil’s Cathedral and the massive red walls of the Kremlin. Visit the Armory Museum, Moscow University and the popular Arbat shopping district. Drive on wide boulevards and stroll through GUM, the largest Russian department store. Balance of the day at leisure.
Overnight: Moscow
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 4, Monday – Tver Tour En Route to Novgorod
Depart for Tver, an ancient trading port nestled against the banks of the Volga River. The city offers fascinating treasures including Putyevo Dvorets, built for Catherine II, as a resting place on her journeys from Moscow to St. Petersburg. Enjoy an orientation tour of Tver before continuing to Novgorod, founded over 11 centuries ago, near Lake Snezhskoye
Overnight: Novgorod
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 5, Tuesday – Tour Novgorod, Travel to St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg City Tour
This morning, begin your tour of Novgorod with a visit to St. Sophia Cathedral in the Citadel. Afterwards, walk the pedestrian bridge over the Volkhov River and visit Yaroslav Court. In the afternoon, drive to St. Petersburg, the former capital of the Romanov Czars, and today Russia’s second-largest city, after Moscow. On arrival, visit Peter and Paul Fortress, which houses the crypts of several Russian Czars, and St. Isaac’s Cathedral
Overnight: St. Petersburg
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

DAY 6, Wednesday – Tour the Hermitage Museum
This morning, visit St. Petersburg’s most famous museum, the Hermitage, home to one of the largest and richest collections of Western art in the world. Originally the personal gallery of Catherine the Great, the museum’s vast collection, which spans six buildings (the most famous being the Winter Palace) now houses priceless works by artists such as Michelangelo, da Vinci, Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, and many others. The works of art are displayed amid the fittingly opulent architectural design of the museum. Afternoon and evening at leisure
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 7, Thursday – Full Day in St. Petersburg
Day at leisure to explore St. Petersburg independently
Overnight: St. Petersburg
Meals: Breakfast

DAY 8, Friday – Depart for the USA
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
Meals: Breakfast

Marriott Grand Hotel Moscow
26 Tverskaya Street : Moscow 103050 : RUSSIA

This superior first class hotel is located in the heart of Moscow.

The hotel has 373 rooms.

Hotel Amenities
Restaurant Bar Concierge
Safe Elevator Laundry
Internet Access (Fee) Parking Pool
Fitness Center Spa Air-Conditioned Rooms
Telephone Cable / Satellite Television Minibar
Hairdryer Iron/Ironing Board Disabled Facilities
Babysitting Private Bathroom

Hotel Description
Guest Rooms: Spacious, comfortable and elegant rooms have modern amenities. Non-smoking rooms available upon request. Enjoy the hotel Health Club & Fitness Center with indoor pool, sauna, and whirlpool. Body, facial and massage treatments are offered.
Location: Central Moscow location near Red Square ( .6 mile), Kremlin (.6 mile), Bolshoi Theatre (.6 mile), and Old Arbat Street ( 1 mile) with pedestrian zone full of shops, cafes, and restaurants. Nearby Mayakovskaya Metro with access to greater Moscow.
Restaurants: Three fine restaurants offer a variety of cuisines. Russkiy Pogrebok serves authentic Russian cuisine in a elegant atmosphere with folk music. Grand Alexander offers French and European cuisine. Samobranka serves a more casual breakfast, lunch, and dinner with European and local specialties.


Beresta Palace
Rajon 3, Studentscheskaja : Novgorod 173014 : RUSSIA

This first class hotel is situated in Historic Novgorod, between St Petersburg and Moscow.

The hotel has 195 rooms.

Hotel Amenities
Restaurant Bar Room Service
Parking Fitness Center Air-Conditioned Rooms
Telephone Cable / Satellite Television Minibar
Private Bathroom

Hotel Description
Guest Rooms: The hotel offers a full compliment of standard amenities. Enjoy the recreational activities: indoor pool, fitness center, tennis courts, solarium, sauna, and massage services.
Location: Hotel is opposite city center in historic Novgorod. The hotel is located on the right bank of the Volkhov River, 10 minutes from the city center, the Kremlin, the Philharmonic Hall, the Art Gallery, the Drama Theatre and the 12-15th century architectural monument Yaroslavovo Dvorische.
Restaurants: The Beresta Palace Hotel has a main restaurant that features traditional Russian and European cuisine and modern dishes. The Bierstube is a beer restaurant in the Austrian style. Enjoy a refreshment at the Hotel Lobby Bar.


Holiday Inn St. Petersburg-Moskovskiye Vorota
Moskovsky Pr. 97A : St. Petersburg 196084 : RUSSIA

This first class hotel is brand new and perfectly situated in the central part of the city on Moskovsky Prospect.

Click Here for Map

The hotel has 557 rooms.

Hotel Amenities
Restaurant Bar Concierge
Room Service Safe Laundry
Dry Cleaning Internet Access (Fee) Parking
Pool Fitness Center Spa
Air-Conditioned Rooms Telephone Cable / Satellite Television
Minibar Coffee Maker Hairdryer
Iron/Ironing Board Private Bathroom

Hotel Description
Location: Guest rooms are light with neutral colors. They have large windows and high ceilings. They are well equipped with LCD satellite television, large safe, mini bar, coffee/tea maker, hair dryer, etc. Connecting rooms are available upon request.
Restaurants: The Holiday Inn St. Petersburg-Moskovskiye Vorota is a brand new hotel perfectly situated in the central part of the city, on Moskovsky Prospect. With the Moskovskye Vorota metro station across the road, the hotel is only 4 stops from all major attractions: the Hermitage, St Isaac’s Cathedral, Church on the Spilled Blood, the Russian Museum, the Peter & Paul Fortress and the Mariinsky theatre. Downtown businesses are minutes by car while others are just within a short drive.
Restaurants: On-site restaurants include: Steak House Korova, Chernikov Fusion and the Rodchenko Bar in the lobby.

Celebrity Cruise Line’s Soltice sailing on 09/05/2010 – 09/12/2010

Passports are not required for this cruise!

As you stroll among the expansive decks, you’ll experience the rich color palettes illuminated by beautiful natural light, and revel in the extensive amenities – all delivered with the attentive service for which Celebrity Cruises is renowned. Celebrity Solstice is built around you and the way you long to travel. Voyage with us, on the newest of our Solstice-class of ships, and discover a refined level of elegance – an unrivaled experience making a distinctive statement of style and design.

Inside Cabins category 10 double $490.00 per person
Balcony Cabins category 2B double $690.00 per person
Port Taxes $159.00 per person
Government Fees $89.00 per person

Deposit will be $250.00 per person. Final payment due on 06/05/2010.

Call Libby at 678-574-4006 or 800-469-0091 for additional information.

Date Port/City Activity Description
Day 1 Fort Lauderdale, Florida Depart 4:30 PM
Day 2 At Sea
Day 3 San Juan, Puerto Rico Docked Arrive 2:00 PM Depart 10:00 PM
Day 4 Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Docked Arrive 8:00 AM Depart 6:00 PM
Day 5 Philipsburg, St. Maarten Docked Arrive 8:00 AM Depart 6:00 PM
Day 6 At Sea
Day 7 At Sea
Day 8 Fort Lauderdale, Florida Arrive 7:00 AM

Designed for you.
Meticulous attention to detail. It’s what elevates style to high design. Food to haute cuisine. Service to new heights of pampering. It’s what raises a Celebrity Cruise experience above all others. Attention to detail. Like a stateroom attendant who greets you by name. Or a server who remembers your love of Pinot Noir. Or a freshly manicured half-acre grass lawn — the only one at sea. Designed for your next bocce winning streak or barefoot picnic lunch, as you sail the open seas.

Desire more than sweet fresh-cut grass aromatherapy? Our AquaClass Staterooms afford you unlimited access to our award-winning AquaSpa, and a menu of rejuvenating treatments. Our celebrated chef-run restaurants offer fare designed to stimulate your palate and tickle your every fancy. Afterwards, there’s even a menu designed for selecting the perfect pillow. From our category-redefining fleet of ships to our new Celebrity Life onboard programs, we leave no detail of your vacation to chance.

We’ve designed everything we do around the desires of the world’s most discerning traveler. You.

Posted by: travelinsingle | February 8, 2010

Singles Memorial Weekend Cruise

Singles Memorial Weekend Cruise
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Monarch Of The Seas
05/28/2010 – 05/31/2010

Day……Port………………………….. ……Arrive……..Depart
28-May Port Canaveral, Florida…………………….4:30 PM
29-May Nassau, Bahamas………..12:00 PM….11:30 PM
30-May Coco Cay, Bahamas…….8:00 AM……5:00 PM
31-May Port Canaveral, Florida…7:00 AM

Inside Cabins – $225.00 per person
Outside Cabins Category F3 – $287.00 per person
Port Tax – $89.00 per person
Government Fees – $58.34 per person

More info and sign up on our website at

Posted by: travelinsingle | January 23, 2010

Singles Alaska Cruise

Celebrity Cruise Line’s “Millennium”
Alaska Cruise
Sailing on 06/04/2010 – 06/11/2010

Inside Cabins double $490.00 per person
Outside Cabins double $620.00 per person
Concierge Class cabin with a balcony double $1210.00 per person
Port Tax $219.00 per person
Government Fees $147.00 per person

CALL LIBBY AT 800-469-0091 or in Atlanta area 678-574-4006
Deposit will be $300.00 per person
Final Payment due on 03/15/2010


Date Port/City
Fri, Jun 04…Seward, Alaska………………………………….Depart 9:00 PM
Sat, Jun 05..Hubbard Glacier………………..Arrive2:00 PM…Depart 6:00 PM
Sun, Jun 06..Juneau, Alaska…………………Arrive 8:00 AM..Depart 9:00 PM
Mon, Jun 07..Skagway, Alaska……………..Arrive 7:00 AM..Depart 8:30 PM
Tue, Jun 08..Icy Strait Point, Alaska……..Arrive 7:00 AM…Depart 3:00 PM
Wed, Jun 09..Ketchikan, Alaska……………Arrive 9:00 AM….Depart 6:00 PM
Thu, Jun 10..Inside Passage (Cruising.)
Fri, Jun 11…Vancouver, British Columbia Arrive 7:00 AM

Posted by: travelinsingle | January 10, 2010

Cypress for the Adventurous Traveler

Cyprus Limassol & Paphos October 1, 2010 – October 9, 2010


Day 1/Oct. 1 Depart from your home city for Larnaca, Cyprus.

Day 2/Oct. 2 Arrive at Larnaca airport where you will meet your host and transfer to hotel in Limassol.

 Days 3-4/Oct. 3-5 Breakfast at hotel. These days are at leisure. Optional excursions are available.

Day 5/Oct. 6 Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to Paphos and hotel here.

Day 6/Oct. 7 Breakfast at hotel. Full day Guided tour of Paphos.

Day 7/Oct. 8 Breakfast at hotel. Today is at leisure for optional excursions.

 Day 8/Oct. 9 Breakfast at hotel and return transfer to Larnara airport for departure flight.





* Round-trip airfare from Atlanta ( call Libby for a quote for air from your city) to Larnaca via KLM scheduled service. 

* 7 nights accommodations at indicated hotels or similar with private bath or shower

 * Buffet breakfast daily (depending upon hotel’s service)

* Full day guided city tour of Paphos with private coach (mini-bus) 

* Hotel taxes and service charges

 Total price for land and air package from Atlanta $2395.00 per person based on double occupancy. Single Supplement $499.00 Deposit requirement will be $500.00 per person to reserve space. Final payment due on July 1, 2010.

CALL LIBBY AT 800-469-0091 In the Atlanta area call 678-574-4006


Step back in time with a visit to Choirokoitia, one of the best preserved sites of a prehistoric settlement found in the Eastern Mediterranean, with its reconstructed round dwellings giving a vivid representation of what life was like at the dawn of civilisation. .
Admire the exquisite floor mosaics of the Roman villas depicting scenes from mythology, arguably the best in the eastern Mediterranean and the impressive underground Tombs of the Kings nearby, carved out of solid rock and decorated with Doric pillars. Or enjoy an ancient Greek play performed in a Roman theatre with the most spectacular view on a cliff overlooking the sea.

Many fine examples of Byzantine art have survived on the island, which you can see for yourself in Cyprus’ painted churches with their colourful frescoes, ten of which have been put on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Marvel at the sumptuous pageantry of Greek Orthodox religious festivals whose origins go back thousands of years.

In addition to the wealth of outdoor sites, tour the priceless collection of artefacts displayed in the various Archaeological Museum where you can see objects spanning the island’s history, including pottery, coins, jewellery, tombstones and statues.

Tombs of the Kings
The “Tombs of the Kings” are situated close to the sea in the north western necropolis of Pafos (Paphos). They owe their name to their size and splendour – some probably belonged to the Pafian aristocracy, and not because royalty was buried there. They are rock cut and date to the Hellenistic and early Roman periods. Some of them imitate the houses of the living, with the rooms (here the burial chambers) opening onto a peristyle atrium. They are similar to tombs found in Alexandria, demonstrating the close relations between the two cities during the Hellenistic period.
Maa – Palaeokastro Settlement
Maa-Palaeokastro, a settlement on the western coast of the island close to Coral Bay, is important for the understanding of the end of the Late Bronze Age in Cyprus. Maa is located a good distance from the nearest main urban centre of the antiquity Palaepafos, some 25 kilometres to the southeast, and 10 kilometres northwest of the modern town of Pafos (Paphos). Its imposing defensive walls were always exposed and gave the site its name of “Palaeokastro” (‘the old castle’). This area was settled by the first Mycenaean Greeks who arrived on the island around 1200 BC, after the fall of the Mycenaean kingdoms in mainland Greece. It is therefore one of the nuclei from which began the Hellenization of Cyprus. Strategic advantages, like the superb natural harbours provided by the sheltered bays and the uninterrupted view of the land and sea approaches, appear to have been dominant in the choice of site.
Archbishop’s Palace
A religious, national and political monument, the Old Archbishop’s Palace is an 18th century two – storey building in the heart of Lefkosia (Nicosia) that is closely associated with modern Cypriot history. Next to it is the new Archbishop’s Palace, a two – storey stone building in Neo – Byzantine style housing the offices of the archdiocese and the residence of the archbishop. It was built by Archbishop Makarios III between 1956 and 1960 and also houses the Byzantine Museum and the Library of the Archbishopric. Since the completion of the new Archbishopric, the Old Archbishop’s Palace has housed the Folk Art Museum and the National Struggle Museum.


The site is well known for its fortification walls, reminiscent of Mycenaean Cyclopean architecture. These large ashlar blocks and the steep rugged cliffs on the other sides of the site offered protection to the inhabitants of Maa and it is believed that the site had a specific defensive function. Despite its strong protective character, the site’s life span was short and came to an end c.1200 BC.

The fortifications of the settlement consist of two separate walls. The first wall protected the settlement from the land, as it blocked the whole width of the narrowest part of the peninsula. The second offered protection from the sea, as it is located on the edge of the peninsula, just next to the sea. Both these fortifications were built in the same way, strongly reminiscent of the ‘Cyclopean’ style of Mycenaean walls. The walls which faced towards the land have a total length of 70 metres and a width of 3.5 metres. They have a gate 4 metres wide. The lower part of the walls has two parallel rows of boulders, the gap between them filled with smaller stones. The upper part seems to have been built of mud-brick. The sea-front wall was built in the same way, but the boulders of the lower part were of a smaller size.

Many archaeologists associate the destruction of Maa and other Late Bronze Age sites, with the appearance of the ‘Sea People’, blamed by scholars for causing wide spread disorder and destruction throughout the Eastern Mediterranean towards the end of the Bronze Age.

Posted by: travelinsingle | December 3, 2009

All White Fashion Party Cruise

JUS White Fashion &  Comedy Cruise

REVIVE into Comedy, RESHAPE into Fashions, RELIVE into MUSIC with JUS White Cruise

Live Performimg Artist / Comedian that will be entertaining our group
 Fashion Show all feature designs of white fashions from Designers all over the world.

Tony Terry – RB Singer
K’Loni –  RB & NEO Soul
Audley Reid – Saxophonist
David Raibon – Comedian
Meshelle – The Indie Mom Of Comedy
Celebrity Cruise Lines – Century
Sailing from Miami for 5 nights on 03/20/2010 to 03/25/2010

Sat, .Mar 20….Miami, Florida……………………………….5:00 PM 
Sun, Mar 21….At Sea      
Mon, Mar 22….Ocho Rios, Jamaica……9:30 AM….4:30 PM 
Tue,  Mar 23….Grand Cayman………….7:30 AM….5:00 PM 
Wed, Mar 24…At Sea…………………………………………………..      
Thu,  Mar 25….Miami, Florida……………7:00 AM  

Pricing based on double occupancy.
Inside Cabins                                $360.00 per person
Outside Cabins                             $425.00 per person
Balcony Cabins                            $570.00 per person
Port Tax                                          $119.00 per person
Government Fees                       $  75.19 per person
Prepaid Gratuities                      $  50.00 per person 
Cabins Are available to accommodate 3 or 4 people in one cabin are available upon request.

Call Libby at Travel Time at 678-574-4006 (in Atlanta) or 800-469-0091 to make your reservation today.

Posted by: travelinsingle | October 26, 2009

Eastern Europe 9 days 03/28/2010 – 04/06/2010

Munich, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Salzburg

Escorted tour includes breakfast every day and two dinners.
Total including all taxes for land package $1075.00 per person
Total including air from Atlanta $1799.00. Total including air from Tampa $1899.00. Air from other cities available upon request.

Deposit requirement will be $600.00. Final payment due on 01/15/2010.

Call Libby at 678-574-4006 or 800-469-0091 for additional information.
Mail payments to Travel Time
5970 Deer Springs Lane NW
Acworth, Ga. 30101

Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free. Tonight, meet your Tour Director and fellow travelers.
Drive this morning on the Autobahn directly to Nuremberg for a visit. Next, east across the border into the Czech Republic. Evening arrival in Prague. (B)
Day 4 Wed. PRAGUE
The wealth of gothic and baroque architecture perhaps inspired Dvorak and Smetana, both Prague composers. The included guided sightseeing features landmarks such as the the Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge, and the Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock. . (B,D)
This morning, motor from Bohemia into Moravia and continue southeast for a few more miles before crossing into Austria. Arrive in Vienna to enjoy an afternoon of optional sightseeing. Start with a tour featuring the State Opera, Parliament, and the Town Hall. Stop for a stroll in Heroes’ Square to view the Hofburg. Finally, an inside visit of St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Reserve some energy for an exciting evening optional excursion. (B)
A morning to see some unexplored corner of this intriguing capital or maybe just to do some shopping down the Kärntnerstrasse. In the afternoon, head for the Hungarian border and, by way of Györ, you’ll reach Budapest for two overnights. (B)
Buda Castle dominates the twin cities of Buda and Pest, separated by the broad ribbon of the Danube. Heroes’ Square typifies the modern capital, while along the riverbank you find the old inns and wine cellars. Included sightseeing takes in the Parliament building, Margaret Island, Fishermen’s Bastion, the Royal Castle, and Matthias Coronation Church. (B)
Mid-morning departure from Budapest. Travel westwards across the border into Austria to enjoy more Alpine scenery before heading towards the Danube and finally to the Salzburg area for an overnight. (B,D)
Morning at leisure in Salzburg or optional city tour. A comfortable and relatively short drive past Lake Chiemsee to the Munich area for an overnight. (B)

Posted by: travelinsingle | September 22, 2009

Hello World!

Welcome to Travel Time For Singles

Travel Time For Singles, a national company, has developed a travel network that is specially geared to upscale professional men & women.

I am a 20 years plus veteran of  the travel industry. Single and a lover of travel, I  developed this program after too many trips alone. Since its founding in 1995, Travel Time For Singles has taken groups of singles on cruises and tours all over the world.

 Travel Times’ cruises & tours attract singles from across the United States. We attract people that have a common love of travel. Speaking of love; our trips are not about finding romance. However, mother nature does take its’ course & has led to a number of our clients getting married. We do not encourage this behavior as we hate to lose clients!

 Traditionally solo travelers must succumb to the dreaded single supplement which typically is double the fare for cruises.  Historically, it’s the largest group that receives the most amount of discrimination by the travel industry. The cruise lines want to make up for the “lost” revenue for that empty bed in your cabin, as one less passenger on board means one less person buying drinks, souvenirs, shore excursions, etc.   Our roommate matching services allows for all travelers to be matched with a same sex roommate to avoid paying the additional single supplement.  Particular attention is paid to matching people close in age and smoking & non smoking preferences.

 Why sit at home?  Why travel alone?  Why not travel with us today?  The time has come and the moment is right to get busy living!  Live life to the absolute fullest and embrace every moment with Travel Time for Singles.  Come aboard and join us on our next trip.



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