CBS in Los Angeles mapped it out — have a look HERE.
After landing on the southern east/west runway along Imperial Highway 105, Endeavour was taken to the United Airlines hangar where she will remain for the next few weeks. A final welcoming ceremony was held for her there.
The plans were for the KSC crew, lead by Flow Manager Stephanie Stilson, to begin the final readying of Endeavour at midnight Pacific time. Work was expected to be completed in 10-12 hours before Noon Saturday, September 22.
The SCA (Shuttle Carrier Aircraft) was scheduled to return to Edwards Air Force Base after off-loading Endeavour, to park and then to be abandoned.
The American Space Shuttle program is almost over — but not quite.
On Friday and Saturday October 12/13 Endeavour will make her way through the streets of Los Angeles to the California Science Center.
Several weeks later Atlantis, now in an Orbiter Processing Facility hangar at Kennedy Space Center, will make her way a few miles south and east to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Center (scheduled for November 2, 2012). And with that, the program will indeed be completed.