Best Western Executive Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Executive Inn Mount Gilead
The desk person clearly did not want to deal with us. The whole place is stinky. Lobby smelled of disinfectant and the room smelled of body odor.
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... wooded sites, but we're close to where Dan's son and his wife, Chad and Jessica, live. And also their active one-year-old daughter, Joscelyn, who is walking, running, and talking since we last saw her. The elevation in the campground is 924 feet, and the high temperature is 82, low 52, and sunny. Tomorrow we plan to be home -- ...
... 10 minutes and they started boarding our flight. We talked to Derek and let him know we would be home at 4:00 instead of 8:45 and made plans to go out for dinner at: The Pub - an English pub at Polaris where they wear kilts and serve English/Scottish beer.
We got to Columbus shortly before 4:00 and called Erin in Chicago. She still had 4 more hours of flying to do. When we were ready to leave ...
... by the time we arrived back to the campground, it was storming. Heavy rain, thunder and lightening. We had to sedate Luke as he was TERRIFIED. I have included photos of the flooding at our campsite. Luckily our camper was on a cement slab, so we stayed high and dry. Everything else was floating. By morning the rain had cropped, we rinsed and dried everything out and broke camp to head towards Indy. Life is ...
... won’t know that count until Larry puts the birds into Birder’s Diary where we keep track of what we have seen.
Some Hints about Taking the Trip
If you get carsick, don’t do it.
Be sure you can sleep in a room with geckos calling in the night.
Only drink bottled or purified water.
Take a cushion to sit on in the van/4-wheel drive vehicle. I used my neck pillow. Very handy ...
... with our group to go to dinner. We were bussed over to the the Ristorante Alle Due Fontanelli where we had a four-course meal with unlimited wine.
In Italy a full meal consists of several courses and could take a couple hours to eat. The first course is the Antipasto which is an appetizer such as bruschetta, grilled veggies and/or thin-sliced meat. The second course is the Primo piatto which could be pasta, rice or soup. ...