Day six involved another fun-filled day in the city. Our first stop was to visit St. Mary's Cathedral, located at St. Mary's Road,which was conveniently near the city centre and a few steps away from Hyde Park. It was certainly a beautiful church and I couldn't help but be mesmerized by its wonderful facade. Its design was gothic in nature, made from yellow-block sandstone and has high majestic arches. The architect who was responsible for this magnificent structure was William Wilkinson Wardell, from the 19th century. The ambiance inside the church was very solemn, peaceful and inviting. It seems to be the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city life, reflect a bit and have a one-on-one conversation with God. For those brides-to-be, I'm sure they also wouldn't mind having to walk down its long aisle on their very special day.