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Where to stay in Southern California in February????

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Thinking of escaping NY winter and heading to CA this time. Have relatives in LA and Palm Desert so want to visit them, and also spend maybe a month in some beach town to be able to walk, play tennis, enjoy being outdoors. We realize it won't be really warm, but it will be warmer than NY and I always have like CA. Could you please give us some ideas of a good town to stay in. A friend likes La Jolla/Solana Beach, and Laguna also sounds great.
We would love to rent a 1 bedroom condo for the month of Feb.(with a waterview of course) for $4,000 or less. I've looked at some but often they don't even have winter months on their calendar. Why is that?

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