Off to the Apollo/Saturn V Center at Kennedy Space Center to watch SpaceX launch USAF STP-2 on a Falcon Heavy. 11:30pm launch got pushed to 2:30am, but it was a successful launch!
At 3.9 miles from LC-39A, the Apollo/Saturn V Center was the closest viewing area for the general public for this launch. They included a buffet and drinks at least, if you were willing to wait in line, and an ample viewing area that was packed very early-- got in line for the buses from the main visitor center complex to the Apollo/Saturn V center before 8:00pm and it was packed by the time I got there. Next time... show up the full 5 hours early, instead of 3 hours early like the bus boarding time suggested??
The launch itself was impressive. You see the launch before you hear it, and the sound rumbles through you. 27 Merlin 1D's burn bright, even more impressive than Delta IV Heavy's three RS-68A's, and the pair of double sonic booms as the side boosters re-enter the atmosphere adds to the spectacle. The Apollo/Saturn V Center building behind you means the sound goes through you twice. Seeing an orbital rocket launch in person is well worth staying up all night for if you can afford it!
Getting back to the main visitor complex took a full two hours... so the rest of the day was a bit rough. *grins*