Disneyland/Disney’s California Adventure

After my last visit to Disneyland earlier this year, would there be another opportunity for me to go back?

During a business trip with my dad to LA, I wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to this time because I was mainly there to work. However, since I didn’t have to do anything yesterday, this was where the opportunity came in.

I originally planned to go to Knott’s Berry Farm near Buena Park, but it was too far from where we were working. So, that’s why Disneyland was the better option for me because it was closer and it gave me a chance to visit the other places I missed out on during the last time I was there.

Here’s a list of places I saw and attractions that I went on during this experience:

-Space Mountain

-Astro Orbitor

-Splash Mountain

-Sleeping Beauty’s Castle

-Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride

-Matterhorn Bobsleds

-“It’s A Small World”

-Mad Tea Party

-Disneyland Monorail

-Disneyland Railroad

-Grizzly River Run

-Soarin’ Over California

-Radiator Springs Racers

This experience was better than the last one because I downloaded the Disneyland app before arriving. This shows how long the wait is for all the attractions, dining recommendations, showtimes, and even where you can meet the Disney characters.

If I had more time in LA, maybe I could take a tour of Hollywood, visit the campuses of UCLA and/or USC, or even take a trip to the beach such as Long Beach, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, or Santa Monica. However, if I stayed at Disneyland longer, maybe I can stay at one of the Disney Resorts or ones closer to it.

No matter the location, there’s always something waiting to be discovered! Can’t wait to see where my next destination will take place!

Happy Anniversary!

Two years ago, the Kevin’s Cards website was launched to display my art and to post blogs about card sales, art I’ve created, and other various topics.

Recently in 2019, I’ve added more travel blogs to places I’ve been to such as Washington DC, Seattle, Disneyland, and Las Vegas. I hope to continue to visit more places like either New York City or Boston. Who knows where I’ll end up next?

As with my cards, I’ve recently added some new ones created with watercolor paints, so there will be more varieties to choose from. Although some people wanted cards for a particular occasion, all the cards can be used for anything such as birthdays, holidays, or anything at all.

However, the winter paintings are perfect for Christmas cards, so I usually create those during the holiday season.

Overall, Kevin’s Cards has really developed within the last three years and I hope to continue to create new projects and sell more cards, including at Artist Alley at the Alameda County Fair!

Happy Anniversary to the Kevin’s Cards website!

Artist Alley Update

One month from today, Kevin’s Cards will be back at Artist Alley with all new paintings and greeting cards!

The location will be building F and I’ll be in F16 which is one booth down from the Model Railroad Exhibit. All the prices for the cards and paintings will remain the same as before:

GREETING CARDS

$1 EACH

6 FOR $5

 

PAINTINGS

LARGE- $25

SMALL/WATERCOLOR- $15

Those who missed out on my previous shows, here’s your opportunity! Be sure to tell your friends, relatives, neighbors, and colleagues to stop by and check out some amazing art! As a reminder, the dates for my sale are July 3 – July 7 from 11 AM – 11 PM (Closes 8 PM on July 4).

Hope to see you there!