But other guys just set up shop somewhere and wait for customers.
You may have seen them "camping out" on or near busy bridges.
This guy and his buddy staked a claim along the fondamenta near the Pescheria in San Polo. They grabbed two careghini from a gondola, strapped a big yellow unbrella to one of those little chairs, and they were ready for customers.
Opinion: nice work if you can get it!
Hello! Both boats feature flying metal birds on the foredeck. Is there a particular significance to that? I haven't seen such a decor yet, only angles, vases, lamps, etc.
I've been noticing those birds too.
To my knowledge, there isn't any deep meaning - the gondoliers probably just choose them because they like the design.
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