I'm watching a program from VOA from here. In the 48th second of the video, there is a sentence:
I can't wait to get out there!
I'm confused about this sentence. Does it mean "I will get out from there and will go to some other place" or "I will get out from some place and will go to there"?
Can I use get out followed with a place, e.g.:
I want to get out school.
I want to get out this room.