5/21/2019 • Walt Disney World •
Located at Disney Springs, Splitsville is a vintage, retro-style bowling alley with a modern feel. It offers a fun vibe for the whole family. Even if bowling is not your sport, Splitsville offers so much more than just bowling. You will find a massive entertainment complex spanning two floors - offering 30 bowling lanes, dining with indoor/outdoor patio seating, five bars, pool tables, televisions, music, and live entertainment. Splitsville is in a league of its own when it comes to dining. Guests will experience quality food, large quantities, and value pricing. The menu has a wide variety of choices from delicious burgers and pizzas to fresh-rolled sushi. Gluten-free menu items are available as well. The menu offers many appetizers that can be shared. My favorite appetizer is an order of the loaded fries. The order is huge! If you like ranch dressing, be sure to ask for extra. The ranch […]
6/6/2017 • Reviews, Tips, Walt Disney World •
During discussions with my clients I often bring up visiting Disney Springs while on vacation. I have uncovered that many Disney first timers were unaware of this not-so-hidden oasis at Disney World. So the homeschool mom in me has put together today’s lesson: Disney Springs 101. Lesson 1: The History behind Disney Springs This area of Disney World opened on March 22, 1975 as Lake Buena Vista Village and was Disney’s first shopping area. The shopping area was actually set up to serve residents who were supposed to be living on Disney property. The plans changed and with that so did the name and purpose of Lake Buena Vista Village. The first name change took place in 1977 to Walt Disney World Village and the idea behind it now was to keep Disney guests on Disney property. With that idea in hand Walt Disney World Village transformed into […]
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