We spent five nights in St. Georges area, and got to know the town pretty well. Every morning we explored the alleys of the Venetian quarter, where you never knew what you would see around the next corner. We encountered cats that lived in flower pots, children playing in squares, old murals painted in tucked away corners, and the odd donkey.
Jane particularly liked the Catholic "cathedral" at the top, where we met Brunella the dog, and her French mistress.
Seeing the sunset through the gate is also a popular event, where afterwards you can go and run the gamut of the greek restaraunts on the harbour road.
For people watching, we really got into the Main Square - on route to St Georges area. Theres about three or four cafes there - just get a table and watch the people and traffic circumnavigate. The experience is made all the more enjoyable with a glass or two of Raki which seems to highten the visual senses - as well as chill you out a treat.