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Q: Does anyone know of a public fitness center /gym near the Renaissance Hotel in Teda Tianjin

2 years 33 weeks ago in  Sports - Tianjin

 
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Have you tried asking at the hotel reception? They might know. 

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Have you tried asking at the hotel reception? They might know. 

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I don't know but someone on www.tianjinexpats.com might know.

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In TEDA? I don't know. There's a Powerhouse gym at Xiaobailo in Tianjin. That's all I know.

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