Too many religious icons in rental unit
My wife and I have been California vacation property hosts for the past 18 months, with nearly all positive reviews from our many guests. We never discuss politics and religion with our guests.
As an American, I did ask one visiting British couple about Brexit; but they told me they are sick of talking about it. So, no more chats about international politics.
This week, my wife and I are renting a six-night vacation condo in Arizona, USA.
During my past month's communication with the condo property host, the host often told me how Jesus is praying for me. I mentioned I was in a near-fatal car accident two years ago, and requested handicap-accessible features in her Arizona condo.
When we checked-in yesterday, every room in the condo has religious crucifixes on the walls and the Bible on every table.
It's not that my wife and I are anti-religious, but we think it is presumptuous of the property host to display so many religious items in our rented condo. It would be more offensive if we were faithful Muslims, Jews, Hindus or Buddhists.
To show our displeasure upon check-out, I might cover each wall crucifix with paper napkins and place the Bibles in one drawer.
P.S.: The host failed to tell me there are several outdoor steps leading to the condo unit, which made it very difficult for me to carry my heavy luggage from our car to our room.