Aspen Center for Physics is proof of this. However sometimes we end up in Fairbanks in February or Las Cruces in the summer. This January the 217th meeting of the American Astronomical Society will be held in Seattle. I suggest packing a raincoat as northwesterners don't use umbrellas.
That being said, I will be attending this lively gathering for astronomers, physicists, and astrophysicists from all around the world and so I thought I would send out the word and see if any other bloggers or loyal readers will also be making an appearance. If so I suggest the first ever Eternal Universe Nerd-fest where we can get together, eat a moderately good meal (hopefully on our advisers' grant money), and raise a glass of water to room N216 in the beloved Eyring Science Center. Post your plans and thoughts in the comments and I hope to see you in Seattle.