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Prague to Dresden - no direct train on my dates. Should we take a bus?

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We will be traveling from Prague to Dresden on December, 3.
I was looking to buy train tickets at www.bahn.com, and noticed that for some reason on December, 2nd and 3td, there is no direct train.
A train goes to Usti nad Labem, and then we need to transfer to a bus that goes to Dresden train station (it says - train replacement bus). I do not know why this changes only for these two days. For all other days, they have 19 Euro price for this ride, but for these two days - the price is regular around 34 euro.
Would it be preferable to take a direct bus from Prague to Dresden in this situation? Or just go with the flow and do train/bus combination?

Thank you!

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