Sylvia Cochran

Sylvia Cochran

Sylvia Cochran works out of sunny Southern California and has been freelance writing -- full-time -- since 2005. SEO-optimized Internet copy includes news analysis, political Op/Ed and parenting, gardening as well as automotive tutorials. Her ghostwriting work covers a variety of topics but primarily focuses on blogging, article advertising and real estate promotion. Sylvia earned her degree from the Denver Business College.
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  • Fall Shopping in Eclectic Pasadena, CA
    Southern California fall shopping trips do not have to automatically take you to Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive, and downtown Los Angeles. Rather, head to Pasadena for some hidden gems that save you money and are much more fun.
  • Shopping for Vintage Clothes in Los Angeles
    Vintage clothes are in hot demand, and Los Angeles has the stores to meet your needs. Whether it is rayon, chiffon, the roaring 1920s, or shoes from the 1940s, Angelenos know where to shop, and so can you.
  • Taking a Bath at Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas
    Is it worth it to jump into the RV and head to a national park for a bath? When your destination is the Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, you would be missing out if your stay did not include a nice long bath.
  • Top 4 U.S. Golf Courses At or Under $40 Per Round
    When you travel in search of the cheapest greens fees, head to California, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Washington. Find excellent courses that don't force you to compromise in order to save a buck on 18 holes.
  • Shopping for Pottery in Los Angeles
    These are four venues where you can shop for pottery in Los Angeles. A city not usually associated with clay and sculpture artisans, the traveler who plans arrival dates just right can, indeed, find gorgeous pieces in the City of Angels.
  • 4 Utah National Parks That Welcome Pets (Sort Of)
    Bring your dog to the Utah national parks that welcome four-legged companions. While every place has rules about a pet’s proper conduct, several Utah venues actually offer quite a bit of freedom.
  • Top 4 Desert Golf Courses in the United States
    When you golf in the desert, you never go back to the domesticated city courses. At least that is the mantra of hardcore golfers who chase the adrenaline rush as much as they chase the ball. Are you ready to join them on the desert golf courses?
  • Four National Parks Destinations Perfect for Snowshoeing
    National parks are not just for summer camping or winter back-country skiing. Instead, snowshoeing is a hobby that is gaining more and more aficionados. Four national parks destinations stand out for beginners and those already advanced.
  • 3 Winter Golf Travel Destinations for Serious Players
    Winter golf is a sport unto itself. Diehard golfers do not fear the snow flurries and insiders actually know that winter golf opens up experiences not usually enjoyed during the balmy spring and summer days. Are you game?
  • Shopping Rodeo Drive on a Main Street Budget
    Visitors to Los Angeles inevitably want to take a trip down Rodeo Drive. Beverly Hills’ shopping mecca is a jaw-dropping experience, yet some California travelers know that there are bargains to be had. Where?
  • Cologne, Germany: Mall Shopping Paradise
    Shopping malls abound in Cologne, Germany. That said, there are three venues that stand out. One is actually not even the typical mall such as you might imagine it. Are you curious where the mall rats on the prowl go when visiting Germany’s Cologne?
  • Essential Shopping in Paris on a Budget
    Shopping in Paris on a budget introduces the tourist to the wild and heart-pounding experiences of the flea market culture. Yet if you buy only one thing, no matter the cost, there is one Parisian store you cannot miss.
  • 4 Courses to Play on Your Midwest Golf Vacation
    You might associate America’s Midwest with the Great Lakes, the Great Plains, or cold winters, but do not sell short the gorgeous golf courses that stud the landscape. Integrated into forest areas and rolling hills, these venues are perfect destinations.
  • A National Parks Fossil Tour for RV Campers
    You love traveling in your RV and enjoy learning more about America’s past via its rich fossil records. Why not combine the two hobbies? Plan a tour of national parks with notable fossil finds; three destinations stand out.
  • California’s Overlooked Low Desert Winter Travel Destinations
    California’s high desert commands plenty of attention with locales like Joshua Tree National Park and the Mojave Desert. Yet did you know that frequently overlooked winter travel destinations abound in the state’s low desert regions?
  • Take Your Junior Golfer on a North Myrtle Beach Golf Vacation
    North Myrtle Beach is to golf what La Jolla is to surfing: the ultimate destination. If golfing is a family activity in your home, include your junior golfers in the vacation fun by visiting golf courses that offer special rates for youngsters.
  • 3 Best National Parks for Bald Eagle Encounters
    The National Parks Conservation Association notes that there are currently between 80,000 and 110,000 bald eagles living in the wild. Travel to three particular national parks makes it possible to observe the majestic birds in flight.
  • 3 Golf Cruises Take the Game to a New Level
    Take a closer look at golf cruises. A hot commodity in some areas of the world already, these vacation opportunities are sure to introduce you to locales you would have never played in the course of a standard getaway.
  • 3 Unique Winter Cruises for 2012
    If winter driving worries you, why not cast your cares upon the water? You may do so quite literally simply by taking one of three unique winter cruises for 2012.
  • 5 Best National Parks for Family Camping
    You are chomping at the bit to take the family RV camping. Or perhaps you finally upgraded your camping gear and are looking at nearby national parks that offer excellent tent camping sites. Find the five best national parks for family camping.
  • 3 Golf Destinations Off the Beaten Path
    Golf vacations combine the need for relaxation with an enjoyable hobby. Plenty of hotels now include tee times to local courses as part of their concierge services, but there are three destinations that take the golf trip to a new level.

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