After reading the core rules and playing a first — very pleasant — session (I was the GM) I wonder how many time in a game should be spend in a formally declared scene?
In our last session, we played a continuous game, where I noted down "scenes" when the kind of action changed (e.g from talking to following suspects down the road) or the location changed.
As far as I understand the rules, I'm expected to inform the players of start/end of a scene and the scene aspects, so they can adapt to it, am I right?
Do you jump from scene to scene, every time formally starting it?
So, now you are on the train station, to await the arrival of John. The station is full of people.
And after this is settled:
Now that John is with you, you walk back to the harbor tavern. The tavern is very crowded and loud, but you get a table in the back and sit down.
Or do you just describe things and play "classical" and starting a formal scene if you see fit?