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 FBI agents on Friday visited the suburban Washington home of former CIA 
Director David Petraeus, who resigned last year after revelations about 
an extra-marital affair, according to several news reports.An FBI spokeswoman 
told Fox News on Saturday she could confirm only that there was 
"law enforcement activity in Northern Virginia."Agents went to Petraeus 
home to interview him, but it's not clear whether he was home, 
according to USA Today.Officials are saying the visit is part of the 
ongoing investigation into allegations that Paula Broadwell, with whom Petraeus 
had the affair, improperly received or stored classified documents while 
writing his biography, sources told NBC.Agents have also visited Broadwells 
home in Charlotte, N.C., that she share with her husband and two 
children.The affair was exposed in November as part of an investigation 
into threatening emails Broadwell, 40, purportedly sent other women, Tampa, 
Fla., socialite Jill Kelley. Petraeus, 60, resigned weeks later and publically 
apologized earlier this month. e a private dining experience called the Wine Cellar, where 
up to 12 guests will enjoy a special menu developed by noted 
winemakers pairing their best vintages with classic carved meats like crown 
of veal rack, lamb Baron and veal rack a lOrlov.Sabatinis  the 
signature tasting-menu Italian restaurant on all Princess ships -- has some 
new twists on Royal Princess. Guests can order a la carte for 
dinner, and also get lunch there for the first time. Another first 
is the Pub Lunch to be served in the Wheelhouse Bar and 
adjacent Crown Grill, consisting of traditionally British fish-and-chips 
or bangers and mash.Novel and Handy Entertainment FeaturesRoyal Princess 
is unique in the entertainment department. The ship will introduce a new 
concept called Princess Live!  essentially a TV studio that broadcasts to 
passenger staterooms day and night. The programming day will start with 
a morning show, followed by visits from officers, entertainers, enrichment 
speakers and more until midnight. No cruise ship has ever tried this, 
andCalouri says the goal is never more than 15 minutes without something 
on the air.Another first will be the free Intranet access from any 
Wi-Fi capable device, allowing users to see the daily schedules, read about 
entertainment, ports of call, and other ship details. Going a step further 
is the no-charge interactive TV in every stateroom. You will be able 
to pull up TV shows and movies on demand  and never 
pay a surcharge
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