D-Day 75: Here are the places YOU think President Donald Trump should visit in Portsmouth this week

THE President of America has landed in the UK and will be coming to Portsmouth in just under 48 hours time.

Monday, 3rd June 2019, 1:04 pm
The places Trump should visit

Donald Trump will be in our city on June 5 for the D-Day anniversary ceremony on Southsea Common as part of his state visit to the UK. We asked our readers which places he should visit while in Portsmouth for the day, if he gets a break from his offfical business, and here are your suggestions. 

One of our reader suggested that President Trump should start his day right by having a fry up at Bridge Cafe in Fratton, to get a taste of the local cuisine.
Safe to say this would be a memorable night out on the town. One of our readers suggested he take a trip to HB while he is in town.

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Peter Sugrue suggested that Donald Trump should visit the Staggeringly Good Brewery for a pint while he is in the city.
It does seem like Trump loves a good tan, so Tony Worrall's suggestion that he visits 'Fratton tanning salon' does make sense. Consol is on the corner of Fratton Road and Arundel Street.
Another good suggestion, while Donald is in Southsea he should swing by the aptly named Honest Politician for a pint or two.
With dozens of shops and restaurants for you to visit, this is one of the most iconic parts of the city according to our readers.
Ken's is a Portsmouth institute. So would a presidential visit to Portsmouth be complete if he didn't stop by Ken's at least once?!
Plenty of grooming tips were suggested by our readers. Including Tim Neal who wrote: 'Suggest he visits Dave at the Belmont barbers for a decent haircut whilst in the area.'
The President has been advised to take a trip down to the pier by Ben Brookes who wrote: 'Down the pier for a go on the 2p machines and then down the tenth hole for a coffee and a slice of cake.'
Janet Kane wrote: 'The WW2 memorial on front. Let's just respect what this day is about and ALL the countries who gave their lives. 75 years ago young lads gave us our freedom. That's what it should be about.'