...because I've been curious about the same thing. Here's what we did on Saturday, for instance.
1. DD woke up around 7:30-8:00 and we read for about an hour -- "Horton Hatches the Egg" (twice), "Toes Are to Tickle" (twice), and "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (once).
2. We got dressed and went to see the Steve Wynn collection of paintings on the Strip (we live in Vegas). DD overall didn't like it a heck of a lot but did like the Van Gogh painting of a woman in a peasant hat.
3. We then drove to New York-New York to see the Statue of Liberty as per her request a few days ago when we were passing by it. We walked around the statue, looked at the memorial to the firefighters, and then headed to the Bellagio to look at the fountains. By that time, she was fast asleep in my sling, so she didn't see them. She woke up around the time we got back to the parking garage.
4. We came home and had lunch and messed around, reading some more ("How the Grinch..." came out for Round #2) and playing with puzzles and looking at the Lucy Mickelthwaite books on art for kids (does that count as "reading"?).
5. We went out shopping for Christmas, which took a while. At home, we read some more books, played around with the preschool workbook (we're working on "which one doesn't belong?") and had dinner (leftover turkey).
That's a bit of a digest, but I'd say it's somewhat representative. We spend at least an hour reading every day, maybe more, and I try to get out of the house at least once and go somewhere.
Hope that helps!