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Definitively yes, e.g., on FNAC Tickets site. Type for instance Louvre in the search box, and you get the link to book a ticket for the Louvre Museum. Alternatively, once in Paris, you can go to any FNAC store and buy a ticket for the Louvre, without the long queue in front of the museum.
So booking in advance definitely seems to have benefits.. An example below for Paris pass Paris Pass Discover the joy of sightseeing with the Paris Pass, which gives you free entry to the best attractions Paris has to offer. Save time as you skip the queues with fast track entry at many attractions, including the Louvre and Muse d'Orsay, and take ...
As far as I know, when entering the US by air, you always pass through customs at your first US stop, at which point you have to claim and recheck your luggage. The only exceptions is if your origin or another stopover is at a "preclearance" airport outside the US, in which case you clear US customs there. Most of these are in Canada and CDG is not one.
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