How to Get the Most Out of Your Diamond Club
It’s the day after the last of the summer season, and I’m walking into the Diamond Club in downtown Toronto, one of the largest and most popular tourist destinations in the country.
It’s almost empty.
I can see hundreds of people enjoying the afternoon sun and the scent of the citrus fruit in the air.
As I approach the front entrance, I’m greeted by the usual lineup of Diamond Club members, most of whom have been here for years and are just now coming out for the day.
A couple of the regulars are dressed casually in suits, as if they’re just walking down the street.
But for most of the rest of the Diamond Clubs staff, this is a new experience.
They’re here to enjoy the sun and to enjoy what the club has to offer.
They don’t want to waste time on the bar, or the food, or even on the cocktails.
They want to just enjoy themselves.
Diamond Club owner and president John O’Callaghan was born and raised in the Diamonds, and has been the manager of the club for 40 years.
The Club’s opening in 1974 opened a generation of Toronto’s diamond clubbers.
It also spawned the modern diamond club scene, with clubs like Toronto’s First Diamond, which is based in New York City, and Toronto’s Silver Diamond, founded in 1999.
The Diamond Club was the first of the Canadian diamond clubs to open in the United States, and O’Calkan remembers the club opening in Toronto’s downtown core, and how many people came out.
He remembers going to the club in a couple of different iterations, with some locations being downtown.
He remembers going downtown with his girlfriend and the kids, where there was a very large gathering.
He said that as soon as he saw the club, he knew it was the right time.
“People were really excited, it was a huge deal,” he said.
It was a big thing at the time.
I remember sitting in the corner, the crowd was very large, people were dancing, it just blew our minds.
But I think that’s where we got our name.
The club is still there today.
What do people think of when they think of the city’s diamond clubs?
“It’s not a bad place, it’s not the most popular,” said one Diamond Club member, who asked not to be named.
I don’t think there’s any one thing that attracts people, but it’s definitely the fact that there’s a lot of people there.
I think there are so many people who come here, and they just really enjoy it.
They enjoy the sunshine, the air, the music.
They just like it.
But they don’t really know the story behind the club.
In the early ’80s, a group of diamond club owners, who had all been at the club since it opened, started to see an uptick in the numbers of people trying to get in.
At first, they were not as successful as the other clubs in the city.
There was a lot more demand, they saw more people.
But then, they started to realize that there was something different about Toronto, and that there were some things that were different.
It was just a big difference in what we were doing.
They started to look for ways to grow.
The owner decided that he wanted to open a club in the heart of downtown, in the centre of the diamond community, so he opened up a club there.
The Diamond Club opened in the early 2000s.
One of the things that has stood out to me is the fact the staff that they have is very well trained.
They have a lot in common with the staff in the other diamond clubs.
And they have some of the same philosophies that you see at the other Canadian clubs.
It is not about the money, it is not a business, it has nothing to do with that.
It has everything to do to provide a great experience for the people that come here.
They are very committed to providing a great time for people.
The only thing that we don’t have is the people.
It doesn’t have a corporate owner.
The staff are very dedicated to the people, and it’s a very family-friendly club.
It isn’t just a place for people to hang out and hang out.
They work very hard to make sure that the people come to this club.
So I think the people of Toronto are really attracted to this.
And I think people are going to find something here, whether they like it or not.