Okay. Houston, we have a problem.
I just found out that most of my raw files were corrupted. Bad, bad, bad news. And the worst thing is that I can't recover them. Stupid technology! So I can post the only photos I have, the only ones that weren't corrupted, and they're not so nice.
Anyway I want to show you San Pellegrino Terme, in province of Bergamo, northern Italy. It's a small, small, small, small, small, small, small, small -I'm serious- real small village.
You may know San Pellegrino, because maybe you drink the San Pellegrino water. And now you know that it's famous for its Casinò, its thermal baths and the Grand Hotel. But unfortunately they're all closed. Well, the Casinò is closed because gambling is illegal in Italy, and the other buildings are under renovation.
This small village is surrounded by green, it's so quiet, lovely and full of Art Nouveau edifices.
Outside of the Casinò
The Grand Hotel
The Brembo river
Random photo - I love this house surrounded by green