I think you mean 'nous sommes en la belgique'! You said 'we have belgium'! Keep practicing and bon voyage!
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I think he meant "We'll always have Belgium."
Explanation for the youngsters: Okay, so for you too young to understand, "We'll always have Paris" is a famous quote from the movie "Casablanca." I say that for the benefit of those of you who didn't know who General Ripper was...
Actually it was pretty hilarious! Because once we hit the North Sea, it usually clouds up until Newfoundland!
There were actually quite a few Brits staying at the hotel. I'm starting to be able to note the differences because most of the locals usually don't banter much with wiaters, but the British seemed more willing to engage strangers in conversation and talk about "Oh my, you chaps are much more polite here in Brussels, over in Great Britain... you order a pint and you've got to get it yourselves, here, you bring it to the table, my word!"