Day 1 – Movers and Shakers
- Grab a latte and breakfast at Coupa Café in nearby Downtown Palo Alto and witness the smallest of startups meet, work and test their latest products.
- Take a leisurely walk down University Avenue and experience the blend of techies, venture capitalists and Stanford University students interwoven so seamlessly you can hardly tell who is who. Well, except for the out-of-towner wearing the suit.
- Sit at the Quattro Restaurant bar and immerse yourself in Silicon Valley culture. Browse through the menu on an iPad to select your beverage of choice and take the bartender's recommendation for dinner.
Day 2 – Tech Tour
- Have breakfast at Quattro Restaurant to jump-start your day with one of the house favourites, Huevos Rancheros or Berkshire Pork Belly Benedict.
- Kick off your tour by visiting the most photographed landmark in Menlo Park, Facebook’s thumbs up sign, then "check in" with the rest of the crowd.
- Next, make your way down to Mountain View and visit the Google Merchandise Store to buy souvenirs or take selfies with one of the many Android desserts including Cupcake, Éclair, Froyo, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Gingerbread, KitKat and Lollipop.
- Visit the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, and learn about the notable products and people who helped shape computer technology.
Day 3 – The Future is Now
See where many of the Bay Area’s best and brightest minds start out – Stanford University.
- Order In-Room Dining from the Four Seasons App and savour breakfast in bed. Use the hashtag #WakeUpWithFS to share your picture-perfect dishes.
- Take the Engineering Quad Tour at Stanford University and learn about engineering history and sustainable building technology.
- Have lunch at Buck's of Woodside, known as the breeding ground for startups and a long-time anchor in Silicon Valley.
- On your way back to the Hotel, stop by the birthplace of technology, the HP Garage, and wander through the Professorville neighborhood of Palo Alto to witness the classic Colonial Revival, American Craftsman and Dutch Colonial homes.