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Charlie Wade is a live-in son in law. At the age of eight, his father and mother were hounded out by the grandfather. They lived a miserable life and soon died one after another. The child Charlie was then sent to an orphanage where he spends the rest of his life.
Charlie was also a little surprised when he heard that Harold’s choice turned out to be Classic Mansion.
What a coincidence, didn’t Hong Wu say that he opened Classic Mansion?
It seems that he also prepared a banquet in Classic Mansion, right?
At this time, Gerald on the side was surprised and said: “Harold, you can actually book the golden box of Classic Mansion? This is not something ordinary people can book!”
Harold smiled triumphantly: “To be honest, apart from the top diamond box in Classic Mansion, I really can’t book it, the others are really nothing.”
Having said that, this is just Harold’s bragging.
In fact, in order to book this golden box, Mrs. Willson personally came forward and paid a lot of money, entrusting several talents to successfully book it.
Elsa had heard of the name of Classic Mansion in Eastcliff, and hurriedly said: “Everyone is a friend, there is no need to be so extravagant.”
Harold said flatly: “You are a distinguished guest, how can you be treated like ordinary friends.”
After that, he asked Charlie again: “Brother-in-law, I don’t know where you ordered the banquet?”
Charlie said faintly: “It’s a coincidence, I also ordered Classic Mansion.” “Hahaha!” Harold laughed presumptuously: “Charlie, you are not afraid of bragging, you’re one of a kind. You can’t even book the bronze box in Classic Mansion, so you dare to play here.”
Charlie smiled indifferently, and said, “If I blow or not, what does it have to do with you? I’m not inviting you to dinner. What are you doing with so much leisure?”
Harold said coldly: “Cut, I see you like this, you can’t even enter the door of Classic Mansion!”
Elsa on the side couldn’t bear to see Charlie being targeted.
She knew that Charlie was a live-in son-in-law, and had no money and status in the Willson family. It was really unrealistic to say that she could live in a top hotel, paid by him.
It is estimated that Charlie said this deliberately because he wanted to face.
So she didn’t want Charlie to be too embarrassed, so she opened up and said to him: “Oh, there is no need to argue about this. Since everyone ordered the same place, then just go together.”
Harold sarcastically said to Charlie: “Well, for Elsa’s face, let me grab you a meal today, and let you see what high-end hotels look like!”
Charlie snorted and ignored him.
Orvel would kneel when he sees him. What was the hotel he opened in his own eyes?
It’s a pity that Harold’s cock is nothing more than a blind eye!
Classic Mansion is a quaint Chinese-style hotel, the decoration and style are full of traditional classical charm, extremely luxurious, even the signboard at the door is made of high-quality yellow rosewood.
Charlie looked at the decorations in Classic Mansion and was a little surprised.
Unexpectedly, Orvel’s restaurant is really pretty good, and he can bring his wife over to have a taste of food in the future.
Elsa looked around and exclaimed: “I heard the name of Classic Mansion when I was in Eastcliff, and it really deserves its reputation.”
Harold smiled and said, “If you come here, Elsa, of course, you have to use the best hotel too.”
After finishing speaking, he glanced at Charlie and sneered: “It’s not like some people. If it weren’t for your light, they would never have the chance to come to such a high-end restaurant in their entire life.”