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The price of the party also includes one night in the hotel and a "lavish" buffet breakfast the next morning.
Cons: Prices start from a steep 35,000 rubles per person (5), so you had better be confident you'll enjoy yourself. Patriarshy Bridge, Kropotkinskaya metro station Pros: Perfect view of the fireworks and Moscow's colossal Christ the Savior Cathedral, with plenty of bars and restaurants just a few minutes walk away on the Red October island.
The ostensible reasoning behind this is to target “black money” and militant financiers, but the real-life consequences have been that millions of Indians are now queueing in lines reminiscent of the late-Soviet period.
Even worse, some food supply workers are no longer transporting perishable goods because their bosses simply can’t pay them, thus leaving them out under the sunshine to rot.
The chaos that Modi’s surprise announcement has created all across the country raises questions about the sincerity of his stated motivation in pursuing demonetization.
All media outlets concur in reporting that most Indians don’t have bank accounts, which thus makes it very difficult for them to exchange their old notes.
The following are 10 of the best places to usher in the New Year in Moscow. Red Square (Krasnaya Ploshchad), Okhotny Ryad/Ploshchad Revolyutsii metro stations Pros: Red Square is in the very heart of Moscow, so you will have a great view of the fireworks over St. It's like spending New Year's Eve in Times Square, but in a more historical setting.
You may also have to walk long distances to get between attractions, as the park is large and spread out. Tverskaya Ulitsa, Okhotny Ryad/Tverskaya metro stations Pros: From 10 p.m. there will be three concert areas along Tverskaya Ulitsa. The Muzeon Park of Arts, 10 Ulitsa Krymsky Val., Oktyabrskaya/Park Kultury metro stations Pros: The recently renovated Muzeon sculpture park, home to the toppled statues of former Soviet leaders, will have light and mirror installations, a heated lounge zone, an ice bar and fireworks.
There will also be dance classes and a "mobile carnival." This is all right across the street from Red Square, so you will even have a view of the main fireworks show. Muzeon is across the street from Gorky Park, so you may even get the chance to visit two different celebrations.
Cons: Musicians and DJs from popular Moscow nightclubs are invited, so this may not be the best place to bring children. Hermitage Garden (Sad Ermitazha), Sadovaya-Triumfalnaya Ulitsa, Mayakovskaya metro station Pros: Moscow's Hermitage Garden will play host to a shadow theater, live music, prizes, fireworks and classic films from George Méliès, the French illusionist.
The only solution to this is for them to either depend on legally unsavory and costly “workarounds” (e.g.
dispatching people with bank accounts to exchange one’s money for a commission) or to go through the process of opening their own accounts.