What to do in Disney Springs?
We actually did a lot. There were many shops, Disney Quest, and free boat ride around Disney Springs. Mr. C and I decided to spend our fourth day in Orlando here in Disney Springs. We needed to leave for airport by 4:30pm so a full-day pass in Disney World did not seem to be worth the price.
This caught our attention because it looked interesting. It is a 5-story, indoor interactive theme park. A ticket costs $45/person. Disney Quest is a dream come true for all arcade-lovers! There are 5 floors full of classic arcade games and virtual reality games.
It was a fun experience but the price is too high. We didn’t expect that most of the games would be classic arcade games. My favorites are the newer games like the human pinball, MachStorm, and CyberSpace Mountain.
CyberSpace Mountain is a build-your-own rollercoaster! You can choose the speed, types of tracks (slide, spin, twist, plunge, loop, double loop, etc.) and theme of your background. We used the slowest speed and when it came to the loop, OH MY, it felt like we were astronauts in space. We turned upside down very slowly! It made us dizzy. We regretted not choosing a faster speed.
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Planning to go to Disney World? You can buy discount tickets from Florida Ticket Station.