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Hi, again, everyone. Getting near the end of the itinerary and thinking about SLC.

Is this a drive-able city? We will have a good half day there, seeing a concert at Temple Square in the evening, and then heading out to the airport early the next morning for a 9 AM flight. Want to see the major sights (is there anything other than the LDS complexes?), have a nice dinner ...

So would it be wise to pick a hotel near Temple Square and then walk around downtown? Or is it just as easy to pick another location and drive in and park? I've read a little about the public transportation -- is that convenient and easy to use? (Don't want to invest a lot of time learning how to ride the train for one afternoon.)

I know what I'd do in Chicago, and I know what I'd do in Indianapolis (say), but have no idea about SLC.

Thanks again!

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