The Star Tours is located at the Backlot area in Disney World's Hollywood Studios. I was already trying to detour when I saw this warning sign. But, I was curious so, Hubby and I went in to try this ride. If you have health problems, you should not try this. I have slight motion sickness so, this ride bothers me. I was able to pull it through but, I closed my eyes the whole time LOL. If you like adrenalin rush rides, this is for you!The picture below is C-3PO, a Human Cyborg Relations that assists the passengers for the Star Tours Space lines.This attraction is always jam-packed so; if you are caught with a 30-minute wait time, just take the fast pass and come back on the time stated in the pass then, you'll get through right away. It saves you time.Here we are heading to the gate of Star Tours boarding gate.If you are at the gate and decided to skip the ride, ask the Disney cast assistance and you will be directed to the exit.My husband loves the ride and he wanted to do it again. This ride did not bother me because it is a simulator so turbulent though. The 3D screen bothers my eyes. It glides among the trees, to a desert sand, lakes and even a city planet. It's really crazy LOL!
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