Finally some Quebec City pictures!

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Ok, these pictures aren't the greatest. I did not take them with my camera. I took them with my cellphone as I did not have my camera for the first week.

I set them all up on one web page so that pop-ups are minimized and that I won't have to keep track of them on a site like imageshack or something.

The pictures have a little brief caption.

http://www.quebeccity.8m.com

I will be adding new pictures with my camera that are much much nicer. And I will enhance the looks of the site. It was quick just so people can see some pictures.

Note: Does anyone know how to turn off the touch pad on laptops? I have a mouse and the touch pad is very annoying when I type! Thank you. :smile:

ENJOY!
 

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Nice pictures, looks almost like europe.
 
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As cities go that one looks nice, and you seem to have some form of entertainment near by.
 
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Yeah, it's very beautiful city. I'm glad I'm here for the 400th anniversary.

I have some really nice pictures coming too.
 
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These pictures are beautiful!
 
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Jason, that is a great pictorial journal of your move. I love the architecture and you are so lucky to be able to walk to everything.

Your girlfriend is absolutely gorgeous!!!

You lucky dog! :approve:
 
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I lived in Quebec until I was 8 or so and I don't remember any of that....
 
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Wow, she's hot! (The city, I mean... I'd never refer to someone else's spouse like that... :uhh:) Awesome stonework.
If you have a real computer, just go to System Preferences>Hardware>Keyboard and Mouse>Trackpad. At the bottom, there's a checkbox for Ignore Trackpad When Mouse is Present. I have no idea what you'd do if you have a Windows-burner.
 
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Great photos. Looks like a fun place to live for the summer.
 
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I grew up less than 200 miles south of there, and it's a beautiful city - at least the old part of town is. If you make lots of friends, you'll have to go back for Winter Carnival, Jason. It's a good time.
 
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Jason, that is a great pictorial journal of your move. I love the architecture and you are so lucky to be able to walk to everything.

Your girlfriend is absolutely gorgeous!!!

You lucky dog! :approve:
Yes, she's very pretty! :smile:
 
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I grew up less than 200 miles south of there, and it's a beautiful city - at least the old part of town is. If you make lots of friends, you'll have to go back for Winter Carnival, Jason. It's a good time.
Yeah, I definitely plan on coming to Quebec regularly from now on. I came here in December, April, and then May for the summer.

Hopefully, I'm here for the carnival next year. :biggrin:
 
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I have just updated my site. I have a new address and the layout is much nicer! No banners too!

www.stupidbobby.8m.com

I added 20 pictures on top of the last one. I'll be adding lots through summer and from now on.

Enjoy! :smile:
 
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Ok, these pictures aren't the greatest. I did not take them with my camera. I took them with my cellphone as I did not have my camera for the first week.

I set them all up on one web page so that pop-ups are minimized and that I won't have to keep track of them on a site like imageshack or something.

The pictures have a little brief caption.

http://www.quebeccity.8m.com

I will be adding new pictures with my camera that are much much nicer. And I will enhance the looks of the site. It was quick just so people can see some pictures.

Note: Does anyone know how to turn off the touch pad on laptops? I have a mouse and the touch pad is very annoying when I type! Thank you. :smile:

ENJOY!

Nice pictures.

I grew up in Quebec city and I am still spending part of the year there (when I am off teaching duties) including this summer. If I can help in some way let me know.

Patrick
 
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Today, I'm returning to Ontario. I will most likely return next summer. (Well, I'm suppose to come back in 3 weeks.)

My french has definitely improved. Most people can no longer recognize whether I'm english or not. :smile:
 

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