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Chartres cathedral-Guided tours

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I'm going to visit the Chartres cathedral tomorrow with australian friends, so we'll need an english-speaking tour.

I read a lot of posts here recommanding the tours organized by a retired american, but since I can't remember his name, I couldn't make a search.

So I would need some informations :

-What's the name of this excellent guide?

-I remember he organizes one tour in the morning and another one during the afternoon. Does someone remember at which time the afternoon tour begins?

-Can we show up at the moment the tour begins or were we supposed to call in advance, reserve, or something?

Thanks in advance....

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