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Hello all, I will be returning to Southern California in a few weeks with our family. We will be flying into San Diego and planning on one day at Disneyland. It is a four-day trip. I want to go to the beach at least one day. Would you recommend somewhere in San Diego or should we just head towards Orange County? We arrive late morning and have all day to get to the Anaheim area. We've been to Balboa Park and the Coronado beach before (and loved it). If we've been to Coronado, should we do Huntington or Newport Beach instead or are San Diego beaches better? Also, Is the Cabrillo Monument worth a visit this trip? We love being outdoors. I don't think we want to do the zoo, SeaWorld, etc., this trip. Thanks!

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