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We live near Boston and our son is attend a college near LA. We usually travel somewhere warm to spend Christmas. This year instead of him coming home, I'm thinking of the family renting a house on one of the Orange County beaches and spending Christmas there.
Any suggestions on which town to choose? We usually have good luck renting with VRBO but not sure which beach to pick.
I know it won't be as warm as Florida or the Caribbean, but can we expect decent weather? I know it will be warmer than Boston! Thanks!

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