The film opens with shots from the port of Patras, the largest city in the Peloponnese where we see a merchant ship and cranes on the waterfront. In the next shot, a naval officer, accompanied by a woman, passes in front of a frigate and as he comes closer to the lens we see the insignia on his cap.
Afterwards, we are moved to a main road of Patras where we watch shots from the car traffic and the Christmas decorations alongside the road.
We are now in the square of Psila Alonia where one more member is added to the group. The three of them relax in a cafe.
The lens captures the square where the locals and the visitors enjoy moments of relaxation in the cafes. At the center of the square captures views of elderly people on the benches, the palm trees that adorn the square, outdoor balloon sellers as well as small children who play carefree on the playground and a crowd of people with the dome of Golfinopoulos mansion in the background and the bronze statue of the Germanos III of Old Patras, made by Antonis Sohos.
The film closes with the filmmaker following the naval officer in the alleys of the city, finally joining other officers.