If you stay in St.Petersburg for a long time,have seen Hermitage,Russian museum,Kuntscamera,zoological museum, dozen times walked in Letny sad...go outside to see the fountains of Petrodvorets,museum complexes in Tsarskoe selo (Pushkin)or in Pavlovsk.
Fondest memory: Earlier,even after mooving to live in Kiev(in 1985),I oftenly visited St.Petersburg.City was changeing on my eyes from visit to visit :one year and no sign of a socialist poor heritage.Dirty shops with empty shelfs were replaced by modern supermarkets.I like boiling life of this city, ecpessially you can feel it on the Nevsky prospect,when flow of the people carries you and if you need to turn you can even forget that.
The first thing I saw in the city was the Aurora, it's a military ship that was used as a school boat. Now it's anchored and it becomes a museum. You can go inside and visit it for free.
Fondest memory: The place I miss much is the 'Nevskij Prospekt' because all the free time I had, I spent there. This street is the heart of the city. Here you can find all the most nice shop (Produkty) and there (or nearby)there's the most important place to see.
Favorite thing: Visit the Russian museum , the treasury of national culture. Its collections of paintings, sculptures and etchings are priceless. You won't regret.