Note: You get to park you car near LIFT (elevator which will take you to mall road, can ask localities for the same) and walk for a minute to reach at the LIFT.
There we experienced the Hot Sulphur Spring (yes it's still there, go see them before they too dry out). I filled some of it in a bottle and bought it back home. We encountered 3 refuelling stations on our way back to Shimla but since our fuel tank was still showing mid-way so we decided to leave for Shimla. We forgot that our journey would be up hill and so we hit our reserve when we reached Naldera. It was a risky move but we managed to cover 30 more kilometres and reached Shimla.
Day 3 we kept as leisure as we wanted to experience the city life too. So we explored it's various restaurants which served us it's local cuisine. We spent half of our day on Mall Road which is again very famous for shopping, it has many eateries where you will find dishes of every state of India. So you can relax, enjoy, have fun and do what you wish to.
And then began our exploration! We explored the Summer Capital of British India the best way one can - on foot. The archaic buildings, the wide streets, the well organized pavements, all things screamed why the British loved this place so much and how they had glorified the beauty that it is. We stopped and sat at The Ridge - an open space for all the cultural activities in the city, before having lunch at the The Indian Coffee House and heading back to our chariot of dreams.
The main street in Shimla, just like the Mall Road of any other hill station, this street has a number of showrooms, shops, and cafes. This road also got some great architectural buildings like Gaiety Theater, Town Hall and has served as a shooting place for many blockbusters like 3 Idiots, Jab We Met. A pleasant place to take a walk in the evening with family, enjoy some street food, do shopping, and enjoy dinner sitting in the balcony of any cafe viewing the mighty Himalayas.