David Fuchs

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For Ernestina Lau, beach days don’t come often. The 32-year-old mother of three is from Brawley, a desert town two hours east of San Diego where the summertime highs top…

Cheaper places to stay may be coming to California’s beaches

For Ernestina Lau, beach days don’t come often. The 32-year-old mother of three is from Brawley, a desert town two hours east of San Diego where the summertime highs top…

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Seventy percent of Californians would like to visit the coast more often — and financial concerns are the main reason why people choose not to stay overnight.

It's too expensive to visit the beach -- that may be changing

Seventy percent of Californians would like to visit the coast more often — and financial concerns are the main reason why people choose not to stay overnight.

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