A Tour of Apollo Beach
& E.G. Simmons Park

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There are not many places that you can get out and ride and not have to deal with too much traffic, but this little cute is one of the better places on the East Side of Tampa Bay. Maecenas elit erat, condimentum iaculis nunc a, varius interdum lacus. Maecenas urna felis, ultricies eu iaculis eget, consectetur ac metus. Etiam eu est porttitor, fermentum risus id, ornare ligula. Ut ac est turpis. Proin in orci ut sem auctor interdum id non magna. Aenean mattis, ante et dapibus eleifend, diam dui vehicula quam, sed commodo nulla dui nec mi. Phasellus condimentum iaculis nisl vulputate porttitor. Phasellus in justo neque. Ut mollis purus turpis. Fusce ut felis ipsum.

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