Web Roves of the Week: Fun Finds and Deals

Soon to be Mine. 
I'll keep it short today. Happy Friday (and clicking)!
  • I came across these printed canvas banners with simple typography and vintage style from Michigan artist Michael Jon Watt at TransitDesign earlier this week when researching a project for work. After I pay off a few more travel bills (damn Euro to US Dollar conversion rate), I'm hoping to snag the Italy one pictured above. There are several available location themes but you can also have one custom printed for you to document your travels.
  • Southwest Airlines is running another stellar sale for late summer and fall travel. This time, you can catch a flight for as low as $59 one way from August 23rd through December 14th. Details here.
  • To the baseball fans out there, Travelzoo.com has special offers available for MLB games across the USA. And for all the St. Louis area readers, you can save big on next week's series against the Astros. More info here.
  • I'm not much for cruises but, if I were to take one, it would probably be on one of the luxe, small ships from Windstar Cruises. Rue La La (member-only site, free to join) has fall excursions on sale for up to half off regular prices with different itineraries including Italy, Greece, Turkey, Croatia and Spain. You can sign up to view (and buy) through this link (a personal invite from me). 

5 comments:

B. said...

I just bought a similar print w/ a bunch of different cities at HomeGoods for $49!

Jules8 said...

B. - Thanks for stopping by and for the tip! Love Home Goods. I will have to check it out.

Meghan said...

Love love love that print!

Murissa Maurice said...

I would gladly put that in my entrance! Lovely! I have been to Florence and San Gimignano and absolutely adored both. I fell in love with Florence and the architecture while San Gimignano offered spectacular views of vineyards, olive trees and the Tuscan hills side.

The Wanderfull Traveler

Jules8 said...

Meghan and Murissa - Thanks for the comments! We been to six of the cities on the list. Hopefully, we'll get to the rest soon!

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