Motel 6 Salt Lake City South - Midvale

Address: 7263 South Catalpa South, Midvale, Utah, 84047, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 7263 South Catalpa South, Midvale, is near Temple Square, Kerak Castle, Gardner Village, and Wheeler Historic Farm.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Salt Lake City South - Midvale

Reviewed by pndcadena

Great stay

Reviewed Jun 17, 2013
by (23 reviews) Pittsburg , United States Flag of United States

This was a great location as well as property to settle in at for a few days. I would reccomend this property to anyone.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Salt Lake City South - Midvale

2.00 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Midvale

Temple Square, Salt Lake City

A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 17, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... br> gave us some information about their religious beliefs, which we found very enlightening. The “Temple”, built by the Mormon pioneers between 1853 and 1893 is a beautiful stone structure that is the most sacred building of their faith and is not open to the public. At 12 noon we went to a hour organ recital in the “Tabernacle” building; it was a fantastic experience listening to this organ that contains over 1,100 ...

Chiropractor is other people you know.

A travel blog entry by rule7rice on May 31, 2014

I am a Hair Hair dresser. I have worked well in your hair industry for over 20 years. Operating in the field I work in is quite taxing on your body, particularly if you are not wearing probably the most comfortable shoes. For the last handful of years I have got been having a lot of pain in my back again and thighs. Since I have already been seeing a ...

Strangeness on a train

A travel blog entry by lmharvey on Aug 06, 2013

2 photos

... ve seen a town or two, a nuclear waste facility, a few mines and little else other than the incredible force of nature and time. We suspect dinosaurs are buried here. We got here via the Rocky Mountains. A different geology formed by the violence of volcanic activity. Less predictable, red and steep and full of wildflowers. The Colorado river was our guide for a long way, through canyons and campgrounds. One canyon was the fiercest ...

Day 8 On Our Way Home

A travel blog entry by roamed on Jun 18, 2013

... In the winter they have your car warmed up and ready for you.) We were hungry so we stopped for food since we knew there was no food at home.
It is always nice to come home to a clean house. We always clean the house before a trip for two reasons. One is that a friend of mine once was so busy packing and getting ready for her trip that she didn't do her regular house cleaning. Their home was broken into and when she asked the police if they ...

Utah State Fair

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on Sep 07, 2012

32 photos

... were fruits of the orchard and garden, and household items.

Brigham Young was the winner of $25 for "Best Stallion" and won first prize for the "Best celery exhibit." Other prizes include: $10 for best cow, $25 for the best fenced and cultivated farm. Diplomas were awarded for the best shepherd dog, good penmanship and the best ten pounds of native sugar. Other items displayed were cheese, butter, table cutlery, a sword and scabbard, bushels of cocoons, specimens of raw ...