Perhaps you know the Hebrew word for air - אָוִיר (ah-VEER). Note the connection between the Hebrew and English words - they're both from the Greek aer, as in aerodynamics.
If I'm at a party in Jerusalem and want to get a breath of fresh air, I excuse myself, saying, אֲנִי צָרִיךְ קְצַת לְהִתְאַוְרֵר (ah-NEE tsah-REEKH ktzat le-heet-ahv-REHR).
I would say the same thing if I need to "get out of town" for a breath of fresh air... such as in this place, where I hope to take an excursion in the coming weeks:
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