I've only been to Orlando, when I went it was weird, everyone seemed to be wearing clothes from the early 90's. The staff in the hotel we stayed at were all really rude apart from one woman who must of been in her 70's. When you went around the place though it was blatantly obvious that all the white people had the better paying jobs and all the coloured people had the crap low paying jobs, even in the theme parks too, that was very unsettling. Your jewellery doesn't (or didn't at that time) have to be stamped to prove what metal it is made from and have a certificate for the stones, so buying jewellery was a no no.
There were lots of stupid cars, we hired a car and asked for a small car, but what we got was a massive family saloon, we also noticed we were virtually the only none 4x4 on the road.
Tipping, a concept a understand, but I don't expect a waiter/waitress to become an arsehole when we don't tip rubbish service.
Taxes added at the till, confusing! Why not add it on the shelf price.
Your chocolate is strange, it is like eating a block of vegetable oil, there isn't any flavour to it, also your bread is sugary, why?
I don't know if this is just the area we went to, but there weren't any true restaurants, you just went to a buffet for your food, unless you wanted ribs or a steak.
Loads of Americans thought we were Australian, which was a bit odd for us.
Your Arizona green tea with honey and ginseng, I want it.
There was a new shopping centre when we went, you had to go through a shop covered in dead animals to get to it, but inside they did the best ice cream ever.