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This Historical Chapel is amazing. Even if you are not Catholic, you can appreciate the craftsmanship of the construction. The wood work is amazing and the sculptures are beautiful. Defiantly a place to visit whether you live here or just visiting.
This is a beautiful Cathedral. It's not ornate and gaudy like some cathedrals I have visited. It has a simplicity and reverence about it. The murals and stained glass are really amazing. It's worth taking a hour to visit and pray, whether or not you...More
We stopped by mid-day and parked in the lot behind the church. Very large and pretty stained glass windows. I was disappointed when I tried to light a votive candle. Not candles lite in the church and the lighters did not work.
On Sundays at 3pm they have a Mass in Spanish. They have bathrooms downstairs in case you have an emergency. The Cathedral is beautiful inside and outside; you have to see it. And if you're Catholic, you'll love the Mass.
Response from ManyConferences | Reviewed this property |
Not sure, we were sight seeing and had a drop off from the hop on/off bus
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Attractions in a day (7 Replies)
Hi, we will be arriving in SLC around noon and spending the night there before departing the next morning. We intend to visit the Salt Lake Temple and Cathedral of the Madeleine (feel free to provide more suggestions). Will it be advisable to stay nearer to the city center (e.g. walking distance to Courthouse station), or stay further away (cheaper alternative, e.g. Paxton Avenue) and drive around as we would have a car with us. Thanks!
May 24, 2014|
Good info so far. If you have a car, also consider a visit up to Park City - just 40 minutes from downtown. I would suggest looking at downtown lodging. What are you finding on Paxton Ave.? Don't know that I would recommend that area. Have fun.
For Petshow (19 Replies)
The forum closed your thread because this is a travel website and not for info about relocation, buying real estate, etc. Now that we've established that you are coming ON VACATION to Salt Lake because you are CONSIDERING moving in, we can get down to business. Salt Lake is pretty diverse, contrary to many people's image. If you're living downtown (you didn't say exactly where), you'll see different ethnic groups and social classes. You'll even seen street people. Of course, you won't...More
July 14, 2007|
thank you. I am looking forward to my "visit". Petsow
Brief stay--and on Sunday at that (4 Replies)
I've been to SLC myself many times, however my husband has never been. The last time I went, Sundays were a very SLOW day in the city...nothing opens or if it does, it opens late. My husband and I are travelling to Yellowstone, arriving in SLC on a Saturday around 2PM....and we'll take off north on Monday AM. That gives us one full day in SLC...Sunday. I figured, Saturday late in the day, I'd do the southern/eastern-most route. Take him to Park City/Provo....through the canyon. Then...More
July 27, 2005|
I would suggest looking around Salt Lake on Saturday when more things are open. If you want to see the Tabernacle Choir broadcast on Sunday morning, you will need to go to the Conference Center instead of the Tabernacle, because the Tabernacle is being renovated. I don't know if that will conflict with your church services or not. You might find it enjoyable though, and the conference center is ENORMOUS inside, so it's kind of cool to see. If you do your park city/provo drive on Sunday,...More