Getting Away From It All - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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get away from it all
To escape one's everyday life and problems, typically by taking a vacation. Ugh, I just need to get away from it all—let's go to the beach this weekend.
get aˈway from it all (informal) go away somewhere on holiday/vacation, etc. in order to escape from pressures at work, home, city life, etc: We went walking to get away from it all for a while. ♢ Why don’t you get away from it all and have a weekend in the mountains?