I don't feel comfortable if I'm prevented from doing sports for a week. Most of the time I play tennis, basketball and I ride my bike to most places in town.
If time permits, I like to read books on history, philosophical aspects of science (especially theoretical physics, quantum mechanics and relativity theory) and about topics which are on the borderline of biology and physics.Three of the ones I have found fascinating:
Ubiquity: Why The World Is Simpler Than We Think (Mark Buchanan)
Shadows of the mind (Roger Penrose)
This is a book which makes one think if one can think at all... But it is mind-blowing how hardcore theoretical physics can have something to say about how our brain works.
Cosmic Jackpot: Why Our Universe Is Just Right For Life (Paul Davies)
A People's History of the United States (Howard Zinn)
Europe since 1945 (Philip Thody)
And a book in Hungarian: