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There is a well known saying that an alcoholic can’t pass a bar without going in. Well, I can’t seem to pass a Hyatt without going in! Do I need an intervention?
Honestly, my condition is [not] that bad. Its just a funny thought that passed through my mind.
You see, last night I went to some of the Fashion’s Night Out events with Won’t Run For Miles. As we were leaving one venue and heading home, I saw the Hyatt Lex48 hotel in front of me. I hadn’t been there yet but had heard many positive reviews from friends who have stayed there.
Won’t Run For Miles obliged when I asked: Can we go in?
At the front desk, I met Tara. After introducing myself, she escorted us to the Fitness Center. It was compact (a nice way of saying small), divided into two rooms, one for cardio machines and the second for weight machines. The equipment was modern, clean and new. There was no one in the Fitness Center when we were there, but I would guess that it might be crowded in the mornings.
|one view of the cardio room
another view of the cardio room
the weights room
Tara gave me a copy of the hotel’s Jogging Map. I will post that shortly. I intend to visit two other hotels right near Lex48 and see if they have Jogging Maps, and, if so, compare the maps and the routes they suggest, to one another. Exciting? You betcha!
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