I've been lucky to travel a bit these last few weeks. I spent a few days in Italy in March and then 2 weeks in Cuba in April (and still have 3000+ pics to sort from this trip!).
I only took my Sony RX-100 in Italy because I didn't had a checked-in luggage so the space was limited, and also because I knew I wouldn't have much time to do photography.
Staying in Livorno, Tuscany, I decided to go to Firenze for a day for some street shooting. The weather was rather sunny and warm and the light was very good. Under these conditions, I usually shoot in shutter priority, between 1/800s and 1/1000s to freeze the subject, and decrease the speed as the light is decreasing also.
Since there is no "snap focus" mode like on the Ricoh GR, I usually rely on the AF with the Sony. It's not always ideal but I only missed a few shots, so I don't complain.
Here is a first gallery of this street shooting day, more to come! :)