My husband, 15 year old son, and I are planning to spend two weeks in California this summer (in July). Our itinerary for the first week is pretty well mapped out with reservations booked (Monterey for 3 nights, Cambria for 1 night, Santa Barbara for 2 nights, LA for 1 night). Now we need to firm up our last week, which we are wanting to spend in the San Diego area . Our interests: golf (for my husband), biking, swimming, snorkeling, boogie boarding, and other low key water activities. We really want to have this time to relax, unwind but also to discover and explore (but in "slow mo" kind of state). We're looking for 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom accommodation, with kitchen, living room and resort amenities, i.e. pool, hot tub, tennis courts, and the like, within close (walking) proximity to the beach, restaurants and local activities. And we're also looking for accommodation with air conditioning. I have noticed that many of the lodging facilities along the coast don't have air conditioning (from what I understand, it's really not needed because of the cross-winds) but it really is a must for our family (due my husband's heat sensitivities). That being said, it's been difficult to find a place that meets all of our criteria. I have, however, been successful in finding two such places. The first is a vacation rental (which I found through VRBO) in Del Mar (Sea Point) at approx. $2600/week. The second is a condo rental at Wyndham Oceanside Pier Resort in Oceanside at approx. $2700/week. Given our interests and what we are looking for, which of the two do you think would be better for our family? Advice, suggestions, etc., would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!