What could be better than eating sweets at the park on a sunny day? (That sunny day was most definitely not today, however — today it is snowing in Boston.) While in NY, we wandered south and west (after lunch at Eataly and gelato at Grom) to visit the High Line, which is one of the greatest parks I know. It was built in the 1930s as an elevated rail system but was abandoned in 1980. A couple of years ago the space was transformed into a really incredible public park. Everything about the park is fun to look at — unique seating, landscaping, artwork, and more. And the whole situation is even better when you’re eating a $1 grasshopper pie lollipop from Chelsea Market Baskets, located just below the park.