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  1. If you take a tour provided by your cruise company, you won't need to obtain your own visitor's visa. Although this might be a little more expensive than entering Russia on your own, it'll be more convenient and less stressful. https://cruiseports.ca/baltic/st-petersburg-russia.html
  2. San Juan is a great place to explore on foot. There is also a hoho bus that will take you on a tour of attractions away from the city center. https://sanjuan.puerto-rico.ca/
  3. It definitely won't be crowded. It's quite a long beach located quite a distance from the city. https://antigua-island.com/beaches/darkwood-beach.html
  4. There's quite a lot to see at Pearl Harbor, so if your time is limited, it's a good idea to prioritise your time: https://oahuhawaii.ca/pearlharbor/ You can catch a city bus from near the cruise terminal to Pearl Harbor, if you want to save a few bucks.
  5. You might want to consider catching the hop-on hop-off bus. There is a bus stops right at the pier which is nice. You can also select the optional boat tour of Boston harbor. We enjoyed land both! https://bostonusa.ca/transportation/
  6. We did a Baltic cruise in June (from Amsterdam) and visited the same ports-of-call that you mentioned. The weather was perfect and the cities weren't too busy at that time of year. Hotels tend to be very expensive in that part of the world. The summer months might be particularly bad. https://cruiseports.ca/baltic/
  7. I love both Aix and Cassis. You can't go wrong with either town. If you enjoy the restaurant/cafe/architecture experience, Aix-en-Provence is nice. If you want to enjoy some beach time, Cassis is the place to go. The boat tour from Cassis to the Calaques is spectacular, if time permits. https://travel-europe.ca/france/cassis.html
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