You are a member of the disability advisory committee which I chair.
As an adjustment under the DDA for me, you come to Liverpool for our meetings. (Which I do appreciate, by the way.)
You know that the venue for today's meeting is the Glaxo Neurological Centre on Norton Street.
You have been provided with a map. It shows you which side of Norton Street the Glaxo Neurological Centre is on.
You use the map to find Norton Street.
There are two buildings on the side of the road on which you know the meeting venue is located.
One of them is a coach station.
How long does it take you to deduce that the building which isn't the coach station - and which has "Neuro-centre" on its external signage (although, admittedly, not "Glaxo") - must be the meeting venue?
If anyone wants me, I'll be banging my head repeatedly against the nearest brick wall.