On our first day, we wandered around the closest tourist attraction of the area that was the Gurudwara Manikaran Sahib,which boasts of natural hot springs, also used by the Gurudwara to cook rice for the daily Langar. Sat there for some time enjoyed hotsprings and the Langar.
At around 2pm,after having tummy full lunch at our hotel, we went down the Parvati Valley.Sat there, had a good time while mesmerizing the nature beauty.
At around 5pm, we went to try nearby food joints.One can try famous cafe's including Moondance, Mama Cafe and Evergreen for its Lebanese and English breakfasts, and the desserts ofcourse with an unending view of snow-capped mountains. But, unfortunately during our visit, these cafe's were closed due to legal issues, but during peak season these are open and a must try.But,then we ended up at a small Israel cafe,where we ordered Israeli breakfast, omelette, garlic bread and masala tea.
Post that,in the evening,we went to the market road and explored the locale hand made crafts.
@Finally at around 9pm,we went back to our cafe.We had our dinner and enjoyed the live music by Suneet Rawat.This was a great experience and made our trip memorable. Thanks to Ranjeet Sir,Manager at Rainbow Inn & Cafe and Charlie, service boy for being available when needed.Much Thanks:)