I have 2 questions about "no puedo esperar a ver":
1. First I was surprised by the 'a' after 'esperar'. When do you use this construct rather than esperar on it's own?
2. In the grammar link for that sentence it says that you shouldn't use this construct at all, so when should you vs when shouldn't you:
"Literal translations from English to Spanish don't work. In this context, do not use this type of construction in the English way:
"Estoy mirando a..." (I am looking forward to...)
"No puedo esperar a..." (I can't wait to...)"