The post-work plans commenced with tasty treats from Truscott Bakery, an Italian grocer within ten minutes of Clarkson (that I had, interestingly, never chanced across in all my years of commuting).
Moral of the story: Think twice about checkout-side merchandise.
Each of the Portuguese tarts had rang in at $1.99, while the thick slab of Tiramisu was a mere $2.99. The staggering difference in price points remained unjustified after sampling.
Changerooms weren't particularly pristine, though lockers were in abundance. Also unbeknownst to us was the availability of a pool in the facility.