Heeft u plannen om te kamperen nabij het pittoreske Gasselte in Drenthe? Ontdek 5-sterren ANWB camping De Berenkuil, welke slechts 12 kilometer verwijderd is van Gasselte. Onze gezinscamping is de ideale basis voor als u op zoek bent naar een bestemming waar u omgeven wordt door natuur maar binnen een mum van tijd in steden als Assen of Groningen wilt zijn. Op onze camping nabij Gasselte kampeert u op autovrije kampeerplaatsen midden in de bossen van Grolloo. Liever wat meer comfort? Dan kunt u kiezen uit ons ruime aanbod aan accommodaties. Wat dacht u van een blokhut of een lodge? Waar u ook voor kiest, dankzij ons uitgebreide aanbod aan faciliteiten zal het aan pret niet ontbreken tijdens uw vakantie nabij Gasselte op onze camping!
Op een unieke manier verblijven aan het water in Zeeland? Bij Oesterdam Resort verblijft u in ons hotel aan de Oosterschelde. Hier, midden in Nationaal Park Oosterschelde, viert u vakantie in onze luxe hotel suites voor 2 tot 4 personen. Doordat de meeste suites uitzicht hebben op het water wordt u 's ochtends wakker in de comfortabele boxspringbedden met een fenomenaal uitzicht. De sfeervolle inrichting en design van de hotel suites zorgen ervoor dat elke vakantieganger optimaal kan genieten in ons hotel aan de Oosterschelde in Zeeland. Behalve van de luxe in ons hotel in Tholen profiteert u ook van de uitgebreide faciliteiten die Oesterdam Resort te bieden heeft. Bent u op zoek naar ontspanning in combinatie met veel luxe? Dan bent u bij ons aan het juiste adres!
Vakantiepark, vakantiehuizen en campings in Friesland. Bent u toe aan vakantie en gaat de voorkeur uit naar een heerlijke vakantie in Friesland aan het water? Dat is natuurlijk altijd een goed idee. Zeker wanneer u uw vakantie met kinderen wilt combineren met een fijne vis vakantie zijn er veel mogelijkheden in Friesland. Natuurlijk kunt u ook gewoon lekker alleen of samen op vis vakantie gaan. Friesland heeft meer dan voldoende wateren. Wat dacht u bijvoorbeeld van de Friese Meren en natuurlijk het IJsselmeer. Huur een bootje en geniet van het vissen op het water of neem plaats langs de oever voor een dagje pure ontspanning aan het water. Het kan allemaal in het mooie Friesland.
Many have tried, but few have ever succeeded in singing Whitney Houston’s version of “I Will Always Love You” quite like her.
The single, which came out in 1992 for the film The Bodyguard, was originally recorded by Dolly Parton in 1973 as a way of saying goodbye to her business partner of more than seven years - Porter Wagoner - after she left the Porter Wagoner Show and pursued a solo career.
Houston’s version of the original country song was vastly different than the original and became an instant success, earning the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 list for 14 weeks. The song also holds the record for being the best-selling single by a female ever.
After Houston’s death in 2012, the song made its way back to the charts and has remained an iconic symbol of the late singer’s incredible voice and gift to us all ever since. We dare you to hear it on the radio without singing along!
Supergroup USA For Africa is responsible for the charity single “We Are The World,” which has become one of the most listened to songs in history.
The song’s success is not surprising, considering it was written by Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson and produced by Michael Omartian and Quincy Jones.
Sales for the song exceed 20 million copies and it’s the eighth best-selling single of all time. It was an instant success when it was released in 1985, topping worldwide charts and becoming the fasting-selling pop song in United States history.
The song was also the first to become certified multi-platinum after earning the Quadruple Platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The song also won three Grammy Awards, a People’s Choice Award, and an American Music Award. Its iconic and emotional video features some of the greatest worldwide artists - and promotions for the song have helped raise more than $149 million for aid in Africa and the United States.
The Ink Spots’ “If I Didn’t Care” is proof that some things are timeless. Originally recorded in 1939, the song was written by Jack Lawrence and featured Bill Kennedy. It quickly became one of the best-selling songs of all time with over 19 million copies sold.
Despite the song’s success, songwriter Lawrence was met with negative feedback at first. He mailed the song before showing it to friends, whose reactions were not ideal. However, Lawrence stood by his song and we’d say it worked out in his favor!
The song became number 271 on the Songs of the Century list and was added to the Grammy Hall of Fame. In 2018, it was recognized by the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry for being historically, culturally, or artistically significant.
Many other versions of the song have since been created, but none have ever become as successful or accepted as The Ink Spots’ recording, proving that sometimes the original is best.
British rock band Mungo Jerry made an entrance into the music industry when they released “In The Summertime” as their first single in 1970.
The song was composed and written by lead singer Ray Dorset and celebrates the time of year everyone loves - summer! It reached the number one spot on music charts across the world, including when it spent seven weeks on the UK Singles Chart.
“In The Summertime” also spent two weeks on a Canadian Chart and was number three on the United States Billboard Hot 100. Since then, the single has sold more than 30 million copies.
The song’s success is impressive considering Dorset said it only took ten minutes to write using a second-hand eclectic guitar. He wrote it while taking time off from working in a lab for Timex.
It has been covered by other artists, including reggae musician Shaggy and Australian rock band The Mixtures, but there is no mistaking the original version.
The undisputed King of Pop seemingly never made a bad record, but “It’s Now Or Never” holds the title as his best-selling single with more than five million physical copies sold.
The R&B song was released in 1960 and spent five weeks at the number one spot in the United States and eight weeks in the United Kingdom - as well as in numerous other countries, making it Presley’s most successful international single ever.
The song’s release was delayed in Britain due to rights issues, allowing it to build up a large number of pre-orders, which was very rare at the time. When the song was re-issued in 2005, it spent another week at the number one spot.
Presley’s inspiration for the song was based on the Italian song “O Sole Mio” by Eduardo di Capua as well as “There’s No Tomorrow” by American singer Tony Martin. The song was even credited as being the inspiration for Barry White’s music career.
Elton John's album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road produced numerous masterpieces, but "Candle in the Wind" has earned the spot of his best-selling single.
The song was written in 1973 in honor of Marilyn Monroe's death 11 years earlier. John later sang a version of the song in 1997 as a tribute to Princess Diana.
The lyrics of the song feature Marilyn Monroe's real name - Norma Jeane (Baker) - and they portray a sympathetic look at the star's life and struggles.
When the song was released, it reached number 11 in the United Kingdom charts. It was not released in the United States right away because "Bennie and the Jets" was picked instead.
In 2004, the song was listed as number 347 on Rolling Stone's list of the top 500 greatest songs of all time. It dropped to number 356 in 2010.
The song and its meaningful lyrics have been dedicated to numerous other artists and famous people, such as Janis Joplin.
Best Selling Single of Celine Dion
In 1997, Canadian singer Celine Dion released her best-selling single "My Heart Will Go On" from the movie Titanic, based on a love story that took place on a transatlantic ship that sank after colliding with an iceberg in 1912.
The song became a worldwide sensation, selling more than 18 million copies and topping the music charts in more than 20 countries.
It was the world's best-selling single in 1998 and included in the list of the Songs of the Century by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Recording Industry Association of America.
The music for the song was originally composed by James Horner as an instrumental piece to be used in the movie. He then wanted to add lyrics to it, and lyricist Will Jennings was hired to write from an older person's point of view who was looking back on their younger years.
Dion performed the song at the 2017 Billboard awards to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
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