Being able to meet Frank was exciting, but being able to spend a few hours, one-on-one, was truly unforgettable. If you're a Vegas mob/history fan, I won't need to tell you about Frank's significance to the underworld, but it goes without saying that you'll never get the full story from watching interviews, reading books or listening to podcasts unless you go on his private tour. He and his really nice driver (whom Frank affectionately calls Louie) take you off the Strip to see where his old pizza joint was, where the Bertha's take-down happened, Lefty's car bombing, even Spilotro's actual home. Frank tells you everything about who, what and why. And I do mean everything.
My two pieces of advice would be: save your questions for the end of the tour, after he asks what kind of pizza you like. I had a millions questions I wanted to ask before getting into his car, and after about 20min., he had answered most of them without me saying a word. The other is: he's seen & heard it all, so don't think you could beat him in a battle of wits, or impress him with stories of your Uncle's best friend's dad who was a bus boy at Tony Romo's, blah, blah, blah; Frank is old-school, and he'll respect you as much as you respect him. I found out very quickly that the more I kept my mouth closed, the more I got out of the whole experience. He is a true gentleman, funny, sharp as a tack and a real pleasure to be around. You'll love the experience!