Hampshire Hotel - 's Gravenhof Zutphen
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1st Day in Netherlands
1. Welkom in the vacation house by the dutchies.
2. Biking in the streets.
3. Sheep visits.
4. Horse bike riding in the farm of Ria's daughter.