In the real world, a pilot should know (or have a pretty good idea) how the taxiways are laid out between the runways and one’s parking area. Taxiways are named and use an alphabetical system to order them along the field.
So do what Brandon does and have a look around from outside and overhead the plane noting where the taxiways leading to the active runway lie. If you have to, use the ATC view to get the layout on the other end of the airport. Try to have a good idea where the important turns and junctions are.
When I spawn in, the first thing I do is turn-off the Nav and Beacon lights to indicate to those eager controllers that I’m not going anywhere yet. I make a flight plan, either on the map or in my head, look at the taxiway to the active and then turn on the Nav and Beacon and request Pushback. The active runway is found through listening to ATIS, using the map and looking at the colors of the runway numbers and where they are relative to where you’re parked, or using the communications menu. Looking at the METAR will show the current wind direction so take off on a runway that is most nearly directly into the wind.
When landing and exiting the runway, use the outside overhead view when the plane is below 30-40 Kts and find the nearest taxiway, a gently curving one is best and found at the major airports. Start slowing down but keep moving until you fully cross the Hold Short line (solid) that separates the runway from the taxiway - then stop. If you need to cross another runway immediately (LAX), contact ground immediately and request the crossing, leave your strobes and landing lights on for the crossing but if you have to wait for a landing aircraft before crossing, turn off at least the strobes, it could affect the landing pilots vision. Once fully (get that tail across the line too) on the taxiway, turn the strobes and landing light off (landing light can stay on if needed but turn if off when coming to the “terminal”).