The many 'from N to N' idioms ('from beginning to end, 'from start to finish', 'from north to south', 'from top to bottom'. 'from stem to stern' etc etc) work only if no other noun phrase intervenes:
1. I read the book from beginning to end.
2. They went on holiday to the seaside for a week. It rained from the
beginning of the week to the end.
all week long, from beginning to end
from the beginning of the week to the end
from beginning of the week to end
Once you've started a 'from N to N' idiom, you have to the end - from start to finish