Do you get sick on attractions like the teacups or other rides that spin you around??Originally posted by mkt
Just a quick update. DonickCo and I both rode Mission: Space with full stomachs (thanks to the Garden Grille), and we both rode it twice with no trouble
actually... I only get sick on Star Tours and Body Wars... that's about it. Strangely enough though, not back to the futureOriginally posted by MicBat
Do you get sick on attractions like the teacups or other rides that spin you around??
good news for me..Originally posted by mkt
actually... I only get sick on Star Tours and Body Wars... that's about it. Strangely enough though, not back to the future
Originally posted by hitogoroshi
I have one question: Do you actually feel the spinning motion? I'm not a major coaster fan and I don't ride stuff with loops in them. The speed doesn't worry me, what I don't like (also the reason, why I don't go on huge coasters) is going downhill really fast and stuff!
Would it be wise for me to go on this attraction (Man, I really want to, after following construction for so long and reading all of this), cause I'm really scared to come out sick and ruining the rest of my day at Epcot??
BTW: Great post!!!:sohappy: :king:
Originally posted by joshl33
I rode mission space last night and I thought it was Disney's Spiderman. What I thought was amazing was I felt forces the entire ride and it was so immersive. I did not even have any dizzy feeling at all and I rode two times. That was the most amazing part to me. Don't worry about it. Give it a try. I promise I hate spinny rides and this is nothing like that.
Originally posted by kvan
look what they say at disney.com
The outcome of your mission varies depending on how each astronaut performs during the flight.