Things to do in Orlando…
Visit Lake Eola. It is a mile around the entire lake. Scenic view of ducks and swans. Has a bandshell where free music is often played. Quiet and nice. You can rent a swan paddle boat or go on a gondala. Cost about $5
Visit Church Street Station which is downtown. It is a hot spot of shops, tourist attractions, bars, entertainment.
There is a Halloween Festival and Legend of Gator Man Haunted Cruise at Silver springs. 352-236-2121
There is Gatorland Zoo. It is a reptile zoo. Great shows and exhibits. Train ride. Good for kids. Reasonable prices.
A MUST GO TO PLACE TO EAT: The Black Hammock in Oviedo, FL which is minutes from Orlando. It is a Fish Camp with airboat rides and tons of alligators to see. Sits on the most alligator infested waters in the state. Good food. Casual atmosphere.
Universal Studios. Amusement Park. Cost is (I think $52 adult)
Currently having a special show called Halloween Horror Nights. Filled with Terror and is REALLY scary.
Disney World goes without saying. (I think) it is $52 adult to get in,
Old Town is a fine place to stop. Old car shows running nightly. It is a plaza of old shops and old fashioned treats. Ferris wheel, go carts and other carnival style rides to be enjoyed.
Medieval Times restaurant. It is a sit down dinner with a show. It is all based on “Medieval Times” you eat with your hands and have like a 4 course dinner. This is located in Kissimee which is a spit away from Orlando.
The Lone Cabbage which is in-between Orlando and Melbourne. It is a fish camp with a pier to eat on. Great food. Great prices. Very casual. Airboat rides.