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Planning a trip to Southern California: please help

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So, I have been doing on and off research but I can really use some concrete suggestions. I am in very early stages of planning a trip to California from Washington state. Both my husband and I have been to California but not for the last 7 years. We now have an almost 7 year old. We would like to go to San Diego but also see if we can get to Legoland and to Disney Land. I am not sure it is doable on the same trip.

Two weeks? Where would you recommend staying? Our budget is flexible but I would like to stay somewhere within a $200-250 per night. A condo or a VRBO rental is an option.

Any suggestions on how to plan it further? Thanks!

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