We visited the chapel on our last day in Texas before leaving to Germany. We wanted a quiet place for a short break. The chapel itself ist nice, we especially liked the idea of a denominal church. This idea is expressed by a choice of sacred scriptures (Holy Bible, Thora etc.) at the entrance of the chapel.
We wanted to take a picture of these books arranged at the front door because this arrangement expresses very good the idea of a denominal church which we don't have in Germany. So we wanted to show this picture to our high school students back in Germany as an example for open minded thinking. But one of the ladies became rude and unfriendly telling us that it's their policy not to allow pictures. No reason why, just their "policy". To make it clear: we did not want to take a picture of the artwork, nothing inside the chapel, with no other visitors present, no posing with thumbs up or so. Just the books at the front door! However, she ruined the nice and quiet, kind of spiritual experience we just had inside the chapel with her behaviour.
We will definitely never go back and keep this experience in our mind as the worst visitor service in Texas.
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