Letang Is The Truth wrote:Which direction is the best to look?
Basically, in the direction of Gemini. Because it is such a northern constellation, it rises in the northeast and proceeds quickly towards the near-top of the sky as you get closer to 2 AM. If you are wondering what to look for as far as Gemini is concerned, if you notice a really, really bright planet (brightest object in the sky), that's Jupiter, in Taurus. Look down below that to the left, and you will see Gemini. Most easily identified by Castor and Pollux, the two brightest stars.
Make sure you don't focus too much on that exact point, but casually scan the sky in that direction.