The cruise ship, Rhapsody of the Seas, anchored off the coast of Santorini Island, so we were tendered ashore. We dashed over to the left where the funicular was in view and got in line for a ticket. It wasn't a long wait as the line moved quickly. The funicular is cool, of course. We arrived in Fira, a town on the top of the big rock that is Santorini, shopped a little (I needed a cap) and asked a local where the bus to Oia was. Oia is the town one sees in so many advertisements and videos - lovely white stucco houses and churches with blue domes the color of the Mediterranean. The bus was cheap and the ride was fun. I think it may have been about 7-8 miles.
We walked all around Oia, took lots of pics overlooking the Med, and raved about the beautiful town, what a lovely day it was, and that we'd like to come back and spend a few days in Oia. We were there for a few hours, and by asking locals found a hole in the wall eatery where we had scrumptious gyros while sitting on a stone wall overlooking the town. Just a good memory.