Do you think a person with a compromised sense of direction might have any issues getting around the biggest hotel in the world on his own?
OK, first of all it’s not the biggest in the world any more. It was the biggest, when it was built by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1919 as the New York City flagship of the then mighty Railroad. Today, the hotel still towers over Penn Station, and still dominates its hugely busy neighborhood. Due to its superb location and low-end room rates, Jane and I stayed there on the way to the conference in Atlanta.