A day in beautiful Chania, on the island of Crete.
iPhone 7 and Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100; May 2017.
Table and chairs in a quiet neighborhood.
It was relatively quiet on the streets of the Topanas district, which made the neighborhood even lovelier to stroll.
Along the waterfront in Chania.
Because of the strike, most restaurants were closed, like this one next to Trimartiri cathedral.
We managed to find a pretty good open restaurant in an old roofless building, Mesostrato, set in a cute, shaded courtyard.
A notice on May 31, 2017, on the door of one of the shops on Chalidon Street. Nearly all businesses were closed due to a strike.
View of Chania’s waterfront, with the Venetian lighthouse in the distance.
Wandering one of the shaded, quiet alleyways in the beautiful Topanas district.
Another shot of the waterfront, taken outside of the Nautical Museum.
Just one of many beautiful doors spotted in town.
An old facade and door with crackling paint in the Topanas district.