Bilingual internet cafe connects Spanish speakers to faraway families

3:40 PM, Dec 29, 2011   |   0  comments
Native Spanish speakers in East Tennessee can say gracias for a new option to connect with family across the miles.

It’s an internet cafe with a twist. It’s bilingual.

“We have three computers in Spanish, three computers in English,” CaféNet employee Enrique Cabrera-Garcia explained.

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