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Italian tourists end up in the wrong Sydney

Travel agency accidentally booked a flight to Sydney, N.S.

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Two Italian tourists were thrilled to be leaving Europe for the first time and heading to the land down under. But when their plane started to descend, they had a view of the Cape Breton coal mines rather than the white sails of the Opera House, reports CBC News. The couple, aged 25 and 26 thought there was a change of planes, but soon realized their travel agency had sent them to Sydney, N.S. by accident. A local hotel has put them up for free while they sort out their travel plans. This isn’t the first time a traveler has ended up in the wrong Sydney. It happened to a British couple in 2002.

CBC News

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