Mom And Son Safari
  • On Apr 6, 2009
    Andreza from SP Asked

    I am from Brazil, and my little daughter doesn´t speak english, so I´d like to know if I can rent a digital listening device (translator) in the first day in a park and return in the last day in another park. Or if I need to rent it every day in

    Hi Andreza!

         Such a great question!  Although it would make your trip a whole lot easier if you were able to keep the translator during your entire trip, unfortunately, you will have to return it to Guest Relations at the end of each day.  This also means that you will have to pay the $100 security deposit every day and have it given back to you each day when you turn in the translator.  I'm so sorry for the hassle, but I don't make the rules!

         I'm not sure if you are aware of this or not, but by calling 1-800-438-9876, you can reach Disney World Information in Spanish.  Also, Disney's official website has been translated into Spanish - your little girl may enjoy checking it out!  Spanish maps for all of the parks can also be found at Guest Relations. 

         Divie'rtase en Mundo de Disney!

    Much pixie dust,

    Jackie S.
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