Get where you started the journey

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nemo eve walle

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''Get'' has a meaning of ''arrive somewhere'', for example,
We got to London at 7 o'clock.

The train gets into Glasgow at 6 o'clock in the morning.
Now, this is my sentence,
The Earth is round, if we travel the all places in only one direction, for example west, finally you will get where you started the journey.
The ''get'' here doesn't like the blue example, it is more like ''going to'', in my sentence ''get'' means already arrived, it doesn't have movement, but ''get'' is not transitive, I guess? So is it correct? Where should I modify?
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