As John Synco sings the classic Italian love song “Santa Lucia,” Annejo and Julio Roberto Vega Sanchez enjoy a moment on their first-ever gondola ride in Gig Harbor on Thursday. “It feels like I’m in Venice,” said Annejo, who lives in the Netherlands with her husband. Synco recently started his business, Gig Harbor Gondola, after learning to become a gondolier in California.
As John Synco sings the classic Italian love song “Santa Lucia,” Annejo and Julio Roberto Vega Sanchez enjoy a moment on their first-ever gondola ride in Gig Harbor on Thursday. “It feels like I’m in Venice,” said Annejo, who lives in the Netherlands with her husband. Synco recently started his business, Gig Harbor Gondola, after learning to become a gondolier in California. Photos by Drew Perine Staff photographer
As John Synco sings the classic Italian love song “Santa Lucia,” Annejo and Julio Roberto Vega Sanchez enjoy a moment on their first-ever gondola ride in Gig Harbor on Thursday. “It feels like I’m in Venice,” said Annejo, who lives in the Netherlands with her husband. Synco recently started his business, Gig Harbor Gondola, after learning to become a gondolier in California. Photos by Drew Perine Staff photographer

Mamma mia! Gondolier brings touch of Italy to Gig Harbor

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