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One may also ask this question to express something like "What a mess have you done?!", depending on the context.
I agree with other comments and answers that say you should keep am liebsten as an adverb (like gerne) in the answer Ich mache am liebsten im Winter Ferien. Ich mache am liebsten in Italien Ferien. (Ferien machen is used as a synonym for the more common expression in den Urlaub fahren here. In the following you may also substitute Ferien by ...
The person wants to know in what activities you were involved in a place you were talking about. For example: "What did you do while on vacation?" You could reply with examples: "Ich habe zum Beispiel ein Konzert besucht." Despite asking for "alles" / everything you did, you are not supposed to give an account of every last thing usually in a smalltalk ...
As said in the comments treat am liebsten as it should be, as a adverb (liebste is indeed a superlative form of lieb, but not really seen as such here). Then your answer should contain am liebsten, just as if it were gerne. And you don't worry about the endings.
Using "was" instead of "wie" would be incorrect. "Beatrix, weißt du wie der Schauspieler in Casablanca heißt?" is the correct question. "Was ist dein Name?" is incorrect! (Correct: "Wie ist dein Name" or "Wie lautet dein Name?" or used more often "Wie heißt du?") In German you use "wie" when you ask for someones name, someones feeling, quality, quantity, ...
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