Part of the reason is Mission Beach, a small community of vacation rentals built on a sandbar in the Pacific Ocean. It’s a little bit like the Hotel California — once you check in, it’s very hard to leave. Mission Beach’s alleys are as narrow as those you’d find in St. Augustine, Fla., or Venice. Once you find a parking spot for your rental car, you really don’t want to risk losing it again.
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buy In Mission Beach, everything is stacked close together and the rentals are up to three floors high, not including an upper deck where you can see the ocean, have a barbecue and in the southernmost neighborhood sometimes even catch the fireworks above Seaworld. The lot sizes range from 1,250 square feet to 2,400 square feet, which is downright cozy. Most of the rentals come with their own parking spot, but guests must fend for themselves, when it comes to a spot.