The seventeen-story Aladdin Hotel and Casino falls in a could of dust as it is imploded Monday in Las Vegas. The 31-year-old hotel, known among other things as the wedding place of Elvis and Priscilla Presley in 1967, was destroyed to make room for a new $1.3 billion mega-resort that is expected in the spring of 2000. The new resort will include a new 2,600-room hotel and casino developed by Planet Hollywood. Aladdin was the fifth implosion of a Las Vegas casino icon in as many years.