So you are at work and the boss tells you that there is a business meeting out of state and you are attending it with him. You usually don't go on these types of meetings but don't think much about it. However, once at the airport the boss starts asking about your personal life and seems to talk less about business. You feel uncomfortable but don't wish to rock the boat. Now at the hotel the boss wants to meet you for drinks in the hotel bar and he seems more creepy. He even talks about sex and how hot your body is. What if anything can you do? Well, you are in a tough position because the boss is in charge of your career and you don't want to hurt your career. On the other hand, you don't want to go for a drink.
You should make an excuse to not meet for a drink. Saying you don't feel the best is always good. Also, don't answer your hotel room phone. If he calls you, make sure he calls you on your cell phone so you have a record of the call. And don't answer your cell phone, let him leave you a message. This way you have a recording of what he is saying. At this point you need evidence to show he is engaging in sexual harassment and making unwanted sexual advances toward you. Remember, this is going to create a hostile work environment for you when you return from the trip. Without any evidence, the boss will just deny things and you will be in trouble.