What is a gondola ride?

Answer The gondola is a flat-bottomed row boat that originated in Venice, Italy, during the 11th century. Gondola rides are a popular tourist attraction in Venice, allowing visitors to tour the ancient ci... Read More »

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How much is the gondola ride in Vegas?

A gondola ride at the Venetian Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, costs $16 per person as of May 2010. This price applies for both indoor and outdoor gondola rides. A private gondola ride for t... Read More »

What is a gondola?

A gondola is a long narrow boat, most commonly associated with Venice, Italy. Its slender shape, approximately 36' long and 5' wide, makes it a natural fit for the narrow canals filled with traffic... Read More »

What is a double-gondola rail car?

A double-gondola rail car is a railway double-stacked car that has been designed to carry shipping containers. The cars are used to efficiently haul tremendously heavy and bulky loads like steel, ... Read More »

What is a gondola driver called?

A gondola is a traditional mode of transportation on the canals of Venice. The gondola driver is called a "gondolier." Traditionally, gondoliers are only male, and stand up in the boat to steer, u... Read More »