Casa Francesca & Musses Studios
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... The hotel us built back I to the hillside. We overlook the pool and ocean. We are given wine as a welcome gift and the manager opens and pours us a glass. It's beautiful here. We order some apps to our room, taszkiki , Santorini fava bean and shrimp, squid in roasted pepper sauce and greek cheese platter. We sit on our patio and enjoy the beautiful night and all happy as we look forward to relaxing in this beautiful ...
We took the short walk to Oia after breakfast. Oia is quite amazing, the streets are made of marble, absolutely beautiful. There is a long promenade with hotels and restaurants on either side, especially on the cliff side facing the Caldera. The crowds were crazy, many bus loads from the cruise ships. We did some shopping and headed back to the hotel.
We were picked up by the sailing company and were taken ...
... how good two guitars can sound when played well. Once we got to Santorini, we hopped on the local bus to get to the main town, Thira. You wouldn't believe the cliff we had to drive up to get up from the port. It zigzagged across this rocky cliff face about 10 times before we reached the top and drove on into town. Rather scary, with cliffs falling away to the side and barely enough room for traffic going the other direction to get past. From there ...
... falling over and luckily the lady in this seat is leaning forward the entire time to look out the window so I don't whop her in the head as the bus sways and jounces over bumps. Several times we are stuck behind ATV's which must have had an upper speed limit set for tourists because they were so slow. Didn't stop our bus driver from roaring around them on curves. I had this picture in my head of headlines "tourist bus rolls ...
... another church with white washed walls, blue domes and bells. While we were there, we noticed that there was a school across the road, so I went over and said I was a teacher from New Zealand and asked if I could have a look in the classroom. The male teacher who was just sitting behind his desk while the kids sat at their desks, said no I couldn't. Maybe I should have arranged it before hand. Never mind, I ...