Speaking anonymously via the secret-sharing U.S website Whisper, a number of hospitality staff from around the world let loose, detailing the comments that left them seething and bewildered.
The White House is far too suburban for the Queen, writes etiquette expert William Hanson. If she took back control of the U.S for Britain, the Hay-Adams is where she'd stay.
Baggage handler Thomas Lo Sciuto who works at a regional airport in the US says that checking in for your flight too early means you'll probably be in for a wait when you go to collect your luggage.
The 63-year-old martial arts star from Hong Kong opted for a 125-ft vessel crafted by the Chinese manufacturer Ruiying Yachts.
Footage of the incident, which took place on Sunday, was shared by Airlive, who captured the moment on their live cam, set up at the international airport in the London borough of Hillingdon.
A new global survey of air passengers by British Airways has revealed that most passengers believe that there are clear rules when it comes to the most common travel etiquette dilemmas.
Ski resorts in Europe are seeing a demand by wealthy customers for luxury ski lifts. Next month a chairlift will open in Alpe d'Huez, France, that has been designed by Porsche (pictured).
Sporting lime green 'mankinis' and black wigs, the men had hoped to take a selfie in front of the 'I Love Astana' sign. But local police fined them £51 ($68) each for hooliganism.
Simon Parsons, 26, from Ilfracombe, Devon, went to a luxury resort on the Cape Verde islands with his family where things suddenly took a turn for the worse.
Mysterious booms have been reported 64 times this year, in locations including Michigan, Lapland, St Ives, Swansea and Yorkshire (map showing all locations pictured).
Showing the likes of Washington, DC, Boston and New York City in exquisite detail, the maps were created in secret over a period of decades by spies and cartographers.
Dozens of sculpted wooden phalluses, some measuring three metres (10ft) in length, can be found at this penis park, 40 minutes south of Samcheok.
Pass the tissues! The cute festive ad from Heathrow Airport features the 50-year romance between Edward and Doris Bair, and their reunions at the airport through the decades.
She was last seen in 1969, 38 years after she was abandoned in the Arctic - but since then no one has laid eyes on the SS Baychimo. The tale of this ghost ship continues to baffle.
Blue Planet II proved Sir David Attenborough could still be as ruthless and patient as any predator in the series itself.
MailOnline Travel's Sadie Whitelocks embarked on an intense adventure course in Indonesia run by former fighter pilot Matt Prior.
Where do you go if you want a spa retreat that really takes you away from the world. The Maldives? Thailand? Or how about the middle of a Belgian national park? Jane Alexander picks the latter.
Bali has become synonymous with nightlife, but as Samantha Lewis discovers, if you head to the eastern side, that's where you'll find tranquility - and the beautiful Alila Manggis hotel.
The Travel Editor of The Mail On Sunday, Frank Barrett (pictured), decants advice on festive days to please visiting Swedes, cheap overseas summer holidays and reasonably priced winter getaways.
Oakland spent much of the 20th century lost in the shadow of its immediate neighbour San Francisco. But it is increasingly making a name for itself in the 21st - as Ella Buchan discovers.
fly to the moon. The criteria for what constitutes human spaceflight vary. The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) Sporting Code for astronautics recognizes only flights that exceed an altitude of 100 kilometers (62 mi). In the United States, professional, military, and commercial astronauts who travel above an altitude of 50 miles (80 km) are awarded astronaut wings.
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