Members of the media work at a filing center at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., the site of the third presidential debate. (Jewel Samad -- AFP)

President Obama has arrived in Florida and toured the site of Monday night's presidential debate.

Air Force One landed at Palm Beach International Airport at 1:22 p.m, and the president's motorcade proceeded to Lynn University in Boca Raton, where his battle with Republican candidate Mitt Romney will be held.Scattered Obama supporters waving signs appeared along the route to greet him, but there were also numerous Romney/Ryan signs. After touring the debate site Obama headed to a nearby hotel, where he will continue his preparations before arriving back at the debate site Monday night. 

For dinner Obama will have steak and potatoes, the same meal he ate before the last debate. 

White House advisers who flew in with the President have had little to say, but the Obama campaign on Monday released a new television ad and numerous statements criticizing Romney's foreign policy credentials.