Unit 114. To, been to, into By car/in my car
We say get to (but arrive in/at - (see Unit 113f):
What time did you get to Montreal / work / the party? We say go home / come home / get home, etc. (with no preposition):
I’m tired. Let’s go home. ? What time did you get home last night?
Have you ever been to Japan? ? I’ve been to Buenos Aires twice.
Ann has never been to a football game in her life.
Jack has plenty of money. He has just been to the bank.
Been to I have been to (a place) = I have visited a place; I went there, but now I have come back (see also Unit 13d):