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Old 10.09.2011, 10:50
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Re: Dutch in Wallisellen

Welcome!

I am also Dutch and in the region of Basel.
Would like to have a drink with you, but Wallisellen is a little bit far.
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Re: Dutch in Wallisellen

And I am also originally Dutch and located in downtown Wallisellen
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