I was driving home from my workplace. And on my way there was a big pizza shop. When I was about to reach home i got a call from my dad and he asked me to buy some pizza from that shop. But I had already left that shop far behind.
Can I reply my dad with:
I'm past the pizza shop.
I have already left the pizza shop.
I get the idea of the preposition past from :
It's past your bedtime, you should go and sleep now.
Like time can I use the preposition past when talking about distance as well?
Thanks in advance.