Riema Saint Charbel Suites & Life
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Riema Saint Charbel Suites & Life Sao Paulo
Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
Iberia's A340 has a different layout in business from BA's. Instead of half the seats facing backwards they are staggered. More difficult for couples travelling together but better for people on their own. No need to climb over other people's legs to get to the aisle. I think I prefer it. The entertainment system is better, too, with a more interactive screen. They can also show you output from a camera in the nose of the plane, which is fun. The only downside is that ...
... head back to the meeting point where Cirsty starts talking to an older gentlemen who happens to live a few streets away from her parents and is good friends with one of her former bosses.
Cirsty regrets starting the conversation as he can talk. The pair catch up with their new team but they have recruited 3 new members since they left them, 3 Brazilian girls. They leave them to be and head back to the hotel for some noodles and veggies made by chef ...
... taking any equity in any of the companies. The environment of the place was very cool and we got to meet and talk to several entrepreneurs there.
After our meeting at the Start Up mansion, we visited a museum across the street. Then we went back to the Japanese district and had a nice lunch there.
In the evening we had dinner with our host Fernando and talked about life in Sao Paulo.
... When comparing Apontador to other technology companies, they are the only privately held company in the top 20 list of technology companies worldwide. In the top 20 list, Google is number 1, followed by Facebook in the 2nd spot, and Microsoft in 3rd place. Yahoo is placed 7th, and Apontador is in 18th just ahead of Twitter in 19th position, and LinkedIn in the 20th spot.
The MapLink side of the business covers 930,000 km of roads, and tracks cars for traffic ...
My first morning in Sao Paulo after a long day of travel, a late bedtime and a 4 hour time change, you would think I would sleep past 7am. I think my need for food got the better of me. Boy was my belly in for a disappointment.
There was a coffee shop recommendation in the room copy of Time Out São Paulo. The location was in as good of a direction of my day’s walk as any.
So I headed out for the day with the city map I got at ...