Venice: Two German tourists were expelled for coffee at the Rialto Bridge The offenders were fined 950 euros and then invited to leave the city, under the new ordinances of the municipal government.
onjour la Webcam sur le grand canal de Venise a disparue pensez vous la remettreil en est de même pour le port de Gozo a Malte
I think there may be one 'gondoliera' James - not exactly gender equality!
Interesting that it goes from father to son to row the gondola. So the daughter's are not good enough! Bit of sexist stuff here.
Seeing Rialto bridge on this cam is great. It is stunning and amazing to see it in real life. What a beauty!
Muitos turistas acenando ao vivo para a câmera. Pena não poder interagir.
Interesting Mel ! Before I read the comments I was closely watching them and it's got to be extremely hard with the larger boats going by.
Ha, you are probably right James. Those waters are pretty busy!
Thanks for your info Mel.There must be a few bumps though!!
Driving an Italian gondola has always been very much a ‘closed shop’. The gondolier’s licence used to be passed from father to son, or if there was no son to another male family member. These days it’s even more difficult. Every gondolier must belong to the thousand-year-old Gondolier’s Guild which is strictly controlled. He must find an experienced gondola driver to act as mentor, attend four hundred hours of instruction, and later pass a rigorous examination which tests not only physical endurance but navigational skills, knowledge of other languages and, most importantly, knowledge of Venice’s culture and sights.
Always amazed at how the gondola people steer their boats out of the way of the waterbuses. Do they do a test before they are allowed out with passengers?
Great view of Rialto Bridge. Fantastic work Skyline.
Lovely very lovely landscape. I love this place. Greetings from BRAZIL - February / 2019
Wonderful. Welcome back and thank you Skyline. x
Wow what a wonderful picture, we are so lucky to be able to visit these gorgeous sites without needing to travel. Thank you for all the beautiful views the cameras are amazing.