4:00 p.m.: After lunch, head to the idyllic Rose Garden, a one-of-its-kind attraction in Ooty.
Next and final day we had breakfast and checked out of Glanton Manor and went to Rose Garden. The landscaping of this garden is beautiful and well maintained, with variety of roses. Then we went to Ooty Lake. Ooty Lake is an artificial lake, forming an irregular "L" shape. At the far end of the Ooty lake is the Boat House where all kinds of boats are available for hire. The lake is surrounded by tall eucalyptus trees and is a scenic delight. Other attractions are play area for kids, Airgun and bow arrow shooting, horse riding, food outlets, scary house show, joy rides, 7D theatre and small stalls for shopping. We spent the whole afternoon at the Ooty Lake.
The fifth stop was the rose garden, which is one of the largest rose garden in India. The landscape of the garden is beautiful and it houses the largest collection of roses in India. You need to pay an entrance fees and camera fees as well, but all in all its beautiful and a must go. I have never seen so many roses in one place:).It was evening when we finished our day tour and rose garden was our last stop, after everyone was in the bus we got ready and left for our guest house. It was a good but tiring day and everyone was exhausted. We got back and the dinner was ready for us and we jumped on it like anything as everyone was hungry and seeing food everyone got life in them. We went to bed early that night.
After spending great time over here we headed towards rose garden . There were variety of multicolored roses . We thought of trying out some local food . In one of the small restaurant we tried idli sambhar and dosa with some peculiar kind of chutney and just loved it . Please do try local cuisine in any small restaurant .It was already evening by this time and temperature was dropping more as it was monsoon season so we went back to hotel and played some indoor games over there .