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Eurail help!

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I am in Hungary right now with my wife with a big European itinerary ahead of us. However, I am starting to worry that we are in big trouble in regards to our Eurail Global Pass. We did not have time to get reservations shipped to us before we left so we opted to try to pick them up in Europe. The problem is that we will end up taking a lot of high-speed trains with compulsory reservations and I am starting to worry that these trains will be full.

Itinerary:
Budapest-Prague
Prague-Vienna
Vienna-Bad Aussee
Bad Aussee-Paris
Paris-Arezzo
Arezzo-Rome
Rome-Marseilles
Marseilles-Angers
Angers-Barcelona
Barcelona-Amsterdam

This all takes place over two months and the first one that may cause trouble (Bad Aussee-Paris) is on the 17th of July. Am I correct to be worried here? Is there anything that I can do if I have already shot myself in the foot on this?

Thank you!

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