I put we want to go out of the city and it was accepted on 10/3 /18
I'm not sure I'm clear on the difference between: Quiero ir a la playa. Quiero ir fuera de la ciudad.
Does "fuera" in the second sentence serve a similar role as "a" in the first?
Could I say, "Quiero ir a la ciudad."?
Finally, does "Quiero ir fuera de la ciudad" imply that the speaker is either currently inside the city and wants to leave, or that the speaker is outside the city and wants to go to "near but not inside" the city? Neither?