as far as vs. all the way
Is there any difference between "as far as" and "all the way" in the following sentences? For me, the meaning is basically the same, but I feel that "all the way" refers to the whole track from one point to the other (A to B), while "as far as" refers only to the final point (B).
You could see the light all the way to my apartment. (You could see the ray of the light from its origin all the way to its final point (in my apartment)).
You could see the light as far as my apartment. (You could see the spot of the light even in my apartment)
I'm not a teacher, or a native English speaker. Feel free to edit my posts if you encounter any mistakes in them (be it grammatical or vocabular). It'll help me to improve my command of English.