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“Aika starts to take on more responsibility around Himeya; Alice travels up the challenging canal near Hope Hill; even Akari spends a day working on a huge gondola called a traghetto!”
“Clementina repeated Mrs. Lander's acquiescence in the landlord's proposals, and he took his straw hat, and called a gondola from the nearest 'traghetto', and bargained at an expense consistent with his salary, to have himself rowed back to his own garden-gate.”
“Today the slow drift of a traghetto is embarrassed by the wake of a speeding taxi ferrying the elegant elite on their palazzo hopping.”
“A cheaper and quicker alternative is the traghetto ( "ferry" in Italian): one of the six gondolier crossings along the Grand Canal.”
“By noon you can escape the crowds swarming across the Rialto Bridge by catching the gondola at the Pescheria traghetto stop (near Ca 'd'Oro).”
“What's more, walking tours that take strategic advantage of the traghetto crossings make it easy to avoid the main tourist thoroughfares.”
“Riva del Carbon-Fondamente del Vin It is a short walk from there to the next traghetto stop, Riva del Carbon, within sight of the Rialto bridge.”
“But on a traghetto, for just 50 cents, you cross the canal in a boat rowed by two gondoliers.”
“Sant'Angelo-San Toma Back down Calle delle Botteghe past the restaurant is the Sant'Angelo traghetto stop, where you cross to the San Toma landing, in the San Polo quarter.”
“But for a short, fun, cheap gondola experience, look for a traghetto ... a ferry across the Grand Canal.”
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