2nd day started with breakfast and relaxing in one of the multiple garden areas in the resort and admiring the breathtaking views. It was so peaceful, so calm,so serene ...we almost forgot the city life for a moment.After getting ready we drove to Bhulla taal(lake).The roads were somewhat narrow but in good condition and since it was foggy we drove slowly. It was very scenic view from our car windows. On the way , we saw the cantonment area of Garhwal rifles.Lansdowne is the command office of Garhwal rifles division of the Indian army.We reached Bhulla taal in around 25 mins.It is a small lake made and maintained by the Army. It has entry fee of 150rs per head which includes boating as well.The weather was very pleasant, it rained for few mins and next moment it was sunlight and next it was fog all over,we spent 1 hour waiting for our turn for boating. Meanwhile we clicked pics on the bridge over the lake( it was perfect location for photos), had bhutta(my fav ,especially in rain) and ate patty.And then boating in the fog covered lake was cherry on the cake. From the lake, we went to Tip in Top point, a small hill top view point from where one can watch complete skyline with magnificent Shivalik ranges.Since it was foggy , we could not see the view this point is known for.This point had an entry fee of 20rs per person. It was almost evening and on our way back to resort, we thought of eating maggi( yes , trip to hill station is incomplete without maggi).There was a 'Mast maggi point' near our resort where we had the mast maggi, it was made in desi style with vegetables and spices. We did not like it that much as it was too salty ( I personally like plain maggi more) but eating maggi in any form is always welcomed. Then we reached resort and relaxed for a while.Since it was raining , we decided to stay indoors and play card games( hours passed by with the blink of an eye when you have good company) followed by mouth watering dinner( must say, in-house restaurant did an awesome job be it breakfast,lunch or dinner). We slipped into our blankets and had a peaceful sleep in the calm surroundings.