Piazzale Roma is a prime example of that, because a lot of what comes in and out of Venice goes through there.
While sitting on a bus the day after Vogalonga,
I caught something out of the corner of my eye.
It looked like a canoe.
Now a canoe in Venice is not all that amazing, but a canoe on the curb is a bit less common.
Put it next to folks standing around with luggage, and I'm curious.
I suppose a canoe on the sidewalk just after Vogalonga isn't all that strange. What really cracked me up was the guy in a dress shirt and suit pants who was unpacking it, while the two women sort of stood around as if to say:
"it was your hair-brained idea to bring that stupid canoe, I'm not helpin' ya".
I can just hear her saying "WHAT THE...?"