Could they be strolling the grounds of their temporary residence?
First stop on the tour bus is Castel Sant'Angelo or Hadrian's Mausoleum.
St. Peter's Basilica, of course named for the first Apostle and the first Pope and leader of the Church.
The Pyramid of Gaius Cestius (some sources have it spelled Caius Cestius)
The legendary tombstone of English poet, John Keats, in the Protestant Cemetery in Rome. The inscription reads:
contains all that was Mortal
Young English Poet
on his Death Bed
in the bitterness of his Heart
at the Malicious Power of his Enemies
these Words to be engraved on his TombStone
"Here lies One
Whose Name was writ in Water"
Feb 24 1821
And finally, the piece de resistance, the Trevi Fountain, made famous by three movies...La Dolce Vita, Three Coins in the Fountain and Roman Holiday.
And a little treat for the eyes, courtesy of the great Anita Ekberg.
The lovely Dorothy McGuire and Jean Peters.
I couldn't find a scene with the Trevi, but here are Audrey and Gregory at Piazza di Spagna.
Tomorrow the mystery ladies will take to the waterways in a gondola.