"Goes" is usually used to describe someone else (usually not referring to you):
-"He goes to the store to buy some milk when he realized he forgot his wallet."
-"While everyone goes to the movie theatre, why don't we get ice cream?"
It is the plural version of the word "go" and is used for the present tense.
An exception to this rule is when you're using slang:
-"Anything goes in the boxing ring." The term "anything goes" is another way of saying "there are no restrictions" or "There are no rules."
"Goes to" is when you're describing what someone is doing or going to that isn't you (either he, she, it, or they):
-"While Benjamin goes to the store to get food, you and I will set up for the party."
-"The mail is put into the slip, where it then goes to processing to figure out where it needs to go."
I hope this helps!