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Salzburg, Vienna, Plitvice questions

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I have a few questions.

Due to occasional car sickness I was wondering if any of you know about how curvy the following drives are on a bus. I am usually fine but once in a while if the road is quite curvy I can turn green. I'd hate to pop a Dramomine for nothing because I want wine with every meal. :)

Student Agency bus from Prague to Cesky Krumlov
From Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg (Driver)
Bus from Zagreb to Plitvice Lakes

And lastly, we will be riding a train from Salzburg to Vienna. I see two train options. OBB and Railjet. I notice the duration times are different. Does anyone know this train ride well? I would like the prettiest of the rides if there is a difference(I am assuming they go along the same tracks but who knows) and if not which is the better train? Also, do you know if I should purchase my train tickets now as we will be riding Sept. 15th?

Any other hot advice on food I would appreciate. Windsor, Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, Dubrovnik, Cavtat and Zagreb.

Thanks!

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