To get home

to arrive at one's dwelling, goal, or aim.

See also: Get

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
"I certainly shall if I am able," the Scarecrow replied; "but I must help Dorothy to get home, first."
Such concern from so many nice people (including the lovely woman at the bus stop who offered me money to get home), makes me realise that there are still some nice people in this world.
If you are shopping in Queen Street and want to get home, you have to walk to the end of Churchill Way - why not put the stops up near the Queen Street end of Churchill Way?
She had no means of getting home so I walked her to Lime Street station and paid for her train ticket to get home.
Most people will be at work then, and getting home from work is going to be a nightmare because all the people who were able to watch the Parade of Sail will also be trying to get home.
John Hughes reinvents the Crosby-Hope "Road" pictures in this "odd coupling" of Steve Martin and John Candy as an unlikely pair of traveling companions hoping to get home for the holidays.